Par 4, 364 yards, slight dogleg right
Trees and boundaries along the left keep my woods in my bag.
But my 3-iron goes left on me. I recover with a 5-wood, though I aim it right, expecting it to slice, and it goes straight as an arrow. That leaves me even with the green some 40 yards to the right. I send my pitching wedge through tree branches, which dump the ball 18 feet from the cup. I blast my par putt past and can't come back. The three-putt gives me a 6.