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Spoonwood Ridge Hole Five Has a New White Tee

Spoonwood Ridge Five Red and White layout have shared a teebox since the hole was put in to the layout over the past winter. It played as a slightly uphill left to right technical woodsy par four a bit over 400'. Big arms who could hit that RHBH anhyzer drive were shredding it often. No more. The Red layout will now have exclusive use of that old tee, and the White layout has now been expanded to a bit over 500'.

To make that birdie from the new tee, you'll probably need to power a left-to-right drive at least 350' to the landing area past the left side wood pile to leave a makeable upshot for a birdie look. Even with a great drive it will take some skill to hit a tight line, uphill to a protected basket.

Your upshot will be have to be well controlled, the basket is well protected by some tall oak trees. Anything long or off target will make for some challenging putting lines. Congratulations is you manage to card a birdie on hole 5 from the white layout. You might be on your way to a 1,000 rated round.


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