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Concord, New Hampshire
Concord, New Hampshire
Take out your favorite 200 yard club, swing smooth and you will land in the widest part of the fairway with less than 150 yards to a very receptive green.
Driver is not the prudent play on this narrow tee shot because your second shot will be a lay up to the pond that you cannot see short and right of the green.
Don’t go long! OB is right behind the green and your easiest up and down is from in front of the green.
Now you can “Let the big dog eat.” This Par 5 can be reached in two with a long drive down the left side of the fairway. If you can’t reach, your best play is to lay up to around 100 yards and not mess with all the trouble short and left.
Pretty easy hole! Short and straight. Just don’t go long on your approach and if the pin is on the left side, don’t mess with it!
Once again long is wrong, and with the false front, this 138 yard Par 3 with a small putting surface is very difficult to hit in regulation.
This hole has gone virtually unchanged since Willie Campbell laid it out in 1896. The trick on #7 is keeping your approach on this crowned green. Best bet is to club down and bump your second shot onto the green. Long is instant bogey.
Toughest par on the front nine. You will make more pars from the collection area right of the green than you will from the massive bunker on the left.
Tee shot is the key to this dogleg left. No need to hook your driver around the corner. Down the middle 200 yards will leave a short iron approach for your birdie try!
Three wood, hybrid and short iron may be the combination to start the back nine with a par.
No trick here. This is the start of three relatively easy holes. “Take dead aim.”
Wait for the bell to ring before you hit your tee shot. Some players will hit three wood off the tee to leave a full wedge in. Longer hitters can drive this 301 yard downhill Par 4.
Shortest Par 3 on the course, #18 handicap hole. Just avoid the pond short left of the green and as it’s been said before, “Don’t go long!”
The signature hole. This begins “The String of Pearls” Holes 14 through 16. Focus. Try to put your approach shot on the front left corner of this double green. Two putt and get the heck out of there!
This long uphill Par 4 is the toughest hole on the course. Pretend it is a Par 5 and it instantly becomes an easy par.
This is the longest hole on the course and finishes with the most difficult putting surface. Keep your approach shot left and under the hole.
This is the longest Par 3 at “The Beav.” Like all the other Par 3s, you’re better to miss short than long. Green usually breaks more than it appears.
Finess over power on the home hole. The hole is short but the tiny green is surrounded by three bunkers and demands an accurate wedge shot. Don’t leave that birdie putt short.