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  • COURSE

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    Keene Trace Golf Club

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    HOLE PAR YARDS
    1 4 392 Pandora's Box: Not much trouble on this dogleg right. A bunker left shouldn't come into play. Long hitters can go with 3-wood off the tee. The green slopes back right to front left.
    2 3 187 Triple Tears: Multiple tees present different angles to a shallow, tiered green. There is a deep collection area to the left. It is important to be on the proper tier to avoid a nasty putt.
    3 4 462 Hard Par: A demanding hole, with a fairway that slopes right to left. You will need a long tee ball to get to the downslope. From there it's an uphill, 140 to 150 yard approach. There are tight lies from the collection areas and the green tilts back right to front left.
    4 4 461 Skeleton Springs: Bunkers right and thick rough left make this a must-hit fairway because there's water in front of a shallow, sloping green.
    5 5 543 Great Crossings This is a terrific risk-reward hole. Long hitters can get a downhill roll to where they are left with a mid- or short-iron second shot. Those who lay up face a tough approach to a shallow green guarded by a creek in front and bunker back left.
    6 4 423 Boomerang: You will need to play a conservative tee shot to wide part of fairway, which will leave about 160 yards in. An aggressive, well-placed tee shot which carries the fairway bunker will leave about 100 yards in. The green slopes back right to front.
    7 4 451 Ambush: This is a straight-away, slightly uphill hole which has been lengthened by the addition of a new tee to the left of the 15th green. You will need to avoid a small pot bunker right center of fairway. This hole will present a scoring opportunity for longer hitters.
    8 5 567 Water's Edge: There is water on the left running the length of the hole and mounds on the right. Those trying to get home in two can bail out right, although three bunkers come into play. This is a fairly small green also guarded by bunkers, with water to the left.
    9 3 205 The Brink: The tee shot is over water to a relatively large green, but could be dicey if wind is blowing and the pin is in front.
    10 4 443 Glacial Rifts: This is a straight-away hole, but since you can't see the fairway from the tee, be aware of left fairway bunker. The right rough isn't too bad but could yield sketchy lies. The green has some pronounced sloping, so it is best to stay below the hole.
    11 5 573 Winding Way: Off the tee, this is an uphill, slight dogleg left hole. A good drive will leave you a flat lie for a second shot. Longer hitters will be able to get on in 2. Better to be short than long because the green has a severe pitch from back to front.
    12 4 408 Player's Choice: Gear down off the tee (possibly 3-wood?) to keep the ball from going through the fairway. A drive of about 250 yards leaves 160 to a tiered green. A front hole location will prove to be especially testy. A new tee box may give longer hitters the option of trying to drive the green.
    13 4 458 Homeward Bound: Longer hitters can take the left bunker out of play. An aggressive tee ball down the right center can find the downslope and make for a shorter approach, but it's still an uphill second shot. The greenside bunker could be trouble depending on the pin position.
    14 3 209 Blackberry Hill: A tee shot over a valley to a shallow green with a deep bunker guarding the front. Hit the middle of the green, card par and move on.
    15 5 516 Hidden Treasure: A relatively short but quirky hole, and very score-able, especially from the fairway. The approach can be awkward to a shallow, sloping green hidden by a bunker and mounding. Don't go long or you could be OB.
    16 3 191 Bullseye: Another good par 3, this one playing downhill. Club selection is key, with a deep bunker right and wind possibly a factor. The middle of the green is always a good place to be.
    17 4 410 Picture Perfect: A picturesque penultimate hole. There is a split fairway, but it is much better to play from the upper left. Driver will not be required for longer hitters. If your tee shot gets hung up between fairways, an awkward lie awaits you. The back-to-front sloping green is guarded by water and bunkers.
    18 4 429 Waterloo: A tough closing hole from start to finish. You will need to avoid bunkers guarding the left side of the fairway, but don't block your tee shot as water borders the right side. The small green requires an accurate approach. The front pin position is especially testy. Par is a really good score here.

    Keene Trace Golf Club

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