Indian Trails 18
Par 4, 280 yards, dogleg left
This tee shot is blind with the fairway sloping up and left. You have to plunk
your tee shot on the top of the hill and go 9-iron from there.
I choose 4-iron off the tee and evade the whole dogleg completely by losing it
in the trees to the right. This gives me a straight shot out of the rough, in view of the pin. My 8-iron goes short and right, but puts me back on the fairway, 50 yards away. A pitching wedge leaves me a pace off the fringe. Then my short game collapses. I flub the chip and then 3-putt, finishing an otherwise serviceable round with a triple-bogey 7.