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The Longest Golf Course in Florida

Hole 1

Par 5


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1a PLAYING TIPS: Long hitters can cut the dogleg left, but shorter hitters should stay to the right with a driver or wood. Second-Shot: be aggressive, but aim toward left fairway bunker which is 40 yards from green. The fairway cuts back to the left, even though you can’t see it. Third Shot- should be a pitching or sand wedge.

Hole 2

Par 4


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2a PLAYING TIPS: This hole requires a straight tee shot. Long hitters can carry the bunker on the left, shorter hitters play straight away. Second Shot club selection is important as the green depth is shallow and the left side slopes severely from back to front.

Hole 3

Par 3


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3a PLAYING TIPS: Green is almost 40 yds deep. Second half of green gets narrower. Once again club selection accuracy is important. Avoiding the grass bunker backleft is advisable, because an up & down from that point is difficult.

Hole 4

Par 4


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4a PLAYING TIPS: This straight away short hole is a birdie opportunity, but not easy. Keeping your tee shot in the fairway makes for an easier approach to the most elevated green on the course.

Hole 5

Par 5


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5a PLAYING TIPS: A dogleg left with O.B lurking closely down the left side. Long hitters may be faced with a decision of whether to lay up or go for it in two shots. Shorter hitters should lay up close to water to make the third shot easier. The approach shot must be accurate, to avoid a lengthy putt on this very undulated green.

Hole 6

Par 3


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6a PLAYING TIPS: The tee shot must be accurate. A short shot will find the water. A long shot will be facing a difficult up & down. The green is three tiered from left to right. There is no bail out.

Hole 7

Par 4


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7a PLAYING TIPS: This hole is a slight dogleg left, with water down the entire left side. Driving in the fairway is a must, if you expect to hit a long & narrow green in regulation.

Hole 8

Par 4


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8a PLAYING TIPS: A long straight away hole with water down the entire right side. If you are expecting to hit the green in regulation, driving in the fairway will make a long second shot easier. Awaiting your shot is a sand bunker on the right & a grass bunker to the left of the green.

Hole 9

Par 4


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9a PLAYING TIPS: A straight away hole with O.B. left & right. Missing the green long will leave a challenging up & down.

Hole 10

Par 4


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10a PLAYING TIPS: A long straight away hole. Be careful, this hole has O.B. left and right with a tree lined fairway. A straight drive is a must if you are going to hit this green in regulation.

Hole 11

Par 4


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11a PLAYING TIPS: A short hole with O.B. left and right. Usually facing a left to right wind, which is not good for slicers. Still, this hole is a good birdie opportunity.

Hole 12

Par 5


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12a PLAYING TIPS: Water runs down the entire left side with O.B. on the entire right side. Usually downwind, This hole is reachable in two shots for longer hitters. The drive must be straight, as the fairway narrows down in the landing area for longer hitters. If played in 3 shots, the approach shot should be a fill shot vs. a 3/4 or 1/2 shot. The green is narrow in depth, and two tiered from right to left.

Hole 13

Par 4


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13a PLAYING TIPS: A slight dogleg right, with the widest fairway on the course. Beware, there is water to the left and the right. Also, there is a Cypress tree in the middle of the fairway.A drive in the fairway, will make a challenging second shot easier. The green is fronted by water and is two-tiered from back to front.

Hole 14

Par 3


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14a PLAYING TIPS: One of the most beautiful holes on the course. This may be a short hole, but still a great challenge. The green is two-tiered from back to front. An accurate tee shot will make par more probable.

Hole 15

Par 4


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15a PLAYING TIPS: A sharp dogleg right with water in play for the approach shot. a demanding tee shot, must be straight and in the fairway. For an easier second shot. A short second shot will find water, and a long one will find a difficult third shot facing a uphill chip, to a downhill green.

Hole 16

Par 4


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16a PLAYING TIPS: A sharp dogleg left with O.B. right. Long hitters may carry the two fairway bunkers on the left. A safe drive should stay right of these bunkers. The second is usually into the wind, plays long, and the green is well bunkered to the front left. There are two tiers from right to left, that make putting very difficult.

Hole 17

Par 3


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17a PLAYING TIPS: A long hole that usually plays into the wind. Water in the front left and O.B. close to the right, make your tee shot intimidating. The green is deep front to back and narrow side to side.

Hole 18

Par 5


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18a PLAYING TIPS: Our signature hole, is long and mean. Your drive faces water left and O.B. right. Your second shot must be hit toward a narrowing fairway. The approach shot faces water in front and to the right of the green. The green is multi- tiered and very difficult to putt. We saved the best for last!

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Hollywood, FL 33021
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