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HOLE BY HOLE DESCRIPTION OF BANGPOO GOLF & SPORTS
Hole#1 Par4

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A Straight forward opening hole with a wide fairway and large egg shaped green featuring the deepes bunker on the golf course.
Hole#2 Par4

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A well struck drive that avoids the four fairway bunkers can leave a short iron to a undulating green with a narrow opening and the largest course bunker. The pin placement can make this tree lined hole simple or difficult.
Hole#3 Par5

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A strong dogleg with water on the entire right side that plays into the prevailing wind. The hole features 3 fairway and 5 greenside bunkers. Be especially careful of the water on the second shot. The elevated, undulating green is difficult to judge which can translate into 3 putts.
Hole#4 Par3

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A mid-iron shot int the prevailing wind to the flat green protected by 5 bunkers.
Hole#5 Par4

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A scenic dogleg guarded by water along the entire right side. Tee shot a premium to avoid the fairway cluster bunkers on the left. A slightly uphill second shot to a short, wide 2 tiered green protected by bunkers front and back.
Hole#6 Par4

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A narrow landing area for the drive which is guarded by 4 fairway bunkers and OB on the right. 6 bunkers surround a green which slopes back to front. A demanding par four requiring a medium iron second shot.
Hole#7 Par5

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The tee shot to a wide fairway on this long dogleg can leave the player with an opportunity to reach this downwind hole in 2 shots. The small elevated green virtually surrounded by 5 bunkers and featuring substantial contours offers a variety of pin placements. A void the water on the right and left to make birdie or par.
Hole#8 Par3

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The large gently sloping green can make a 3 club difference on the tee shot which must be played into the prevailing wind. Enjoy the landscape feature.
Hole#9 Par4

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The tee shot on this dramatic hole must avoid the large bunkers left and right and be played as close as possible to the water which intersects the fairway. The mid iron second shot should be played to the appropriate level of the largest green on the course to set up a birdie opportunity on a hole with a picturesque view of the clubhouse.
Hole#10 Par4

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The back nine begins with this long par 4 dogleg. A well placed tee short and mid iron approach to the small green shielded by 3 bunkers can result in a good start.
Hole#11 Par3

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The longest par 3 on the course requires a long iron or wood into the prevailing wind to sloping by 3 menacing bunkers.
Hole#12 Par4

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This fine par 4 needs a strong tee shot to carry the fairway bunkers on the right. The second shot to the elevated green must avoid the water on the right.
Hole#13 Par5

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A tee shot dogleg hole into the prevailing wind. The tee shot that carries the left fairway bunker can set up the second and third shots. The elevated green surrounded by 7 bunkers has numerous careful strategy. Avoid the OB left and water right.
Hole#14 Par4

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A lay-up tee shot which avoids the OB left and the water crossing the fairway leaves a mid iron approach to sloping green. A birdie opportunity.
Hole#15 Par4

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A slight dogleg with a generous fairway. The two level green framed by trees can offer birdies if the player avoids the deep bunkers in front.
Hole#16 Par3

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A mid-iron to a large flat green which again plays into the wind. It is essential to choose the right club. The landscape treatment has recently been provided which adds to the players enjoyment of the hole.
Hole#17 Par4

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The best hole on the course requires a well placed tee shot to a narrow fairway bunkers and water on the left. The long iron approach to an elevated green must carry the water and bunkers in front. The substantial green slope makes this a true par 4 test.
Hole#18 Par5

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The classic dogleg hole should lead to an exciting finish to the event. The tee short can carry the right fairway bunker and set up an approach shot to the large green surrounded by 5 bunkers. Birdies are likely if the player avoids the OB right and water left.