Originally Posted by Altophish
I agree with Rebel but for the sake of this conversation....hole 10 was built as a par 4. It's a dog leg throw with no route directly to the basket...and it's long (which reminds me that we need to get a measurement on it before the tournament.)
Without ever playing it, I would say...throw a little past the turn, play the upshot...a good one and make a 3 and walk to the next tee. But I haven't played it yet...AND...wait for it...don't clip anything along the way or it will probably end up being a 4.