Hole 15 - Par 4 - 400 Yards
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This hole is a severe dogleg from right to left with trees protecting the entire left side. There is a bunker located directly in the center of the fairway beginning at 240 yards from the tee. Some players may gamble, especially late in their matches, and try to cut through the gap between the trees and fairway bunker. The reward is a shorter approach than those who lay up short of the bunker. The inverted saucer-shaped green has crowns and contours, and is flanked by five bunkers, three on the left and two on the right.
Bloomfield Township, Michigan, USA
South Course: 7,077 Yards / Par 70
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