Hole 10 - Par 4 - 453 Yards
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Donald Ross started his routing of Oakland Hills with the 10th and 11th holes. The tee shot from the elevated 10th tee, probably a 3-wood, should avoid not only the three bunkers that line the landing area (one left, two right), but also a steep slope beyond the bunkers that could "kick" the ball into the thick rough. The second shot is uphill to a green guarded by a shallow bunker left and a deep bunker right. The green has a crown in the middle and slopes severely downhill to the right hand bunker. The hole will require a mid-iron and the right-side hole location behind the bunker will be the most difficult.
| Bloomfield Township, Michigan, USA
South Course: 7,077 Yards / Par 70
|*Distance shown in yards.|
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