Uphill dogleg right Par 4, 315 Yards
The twelfth hole uses the terrain and one pot bunker as it's only two defenses. Keeping your tee shot on top of the hill to the left side of the fairway forces the player to aim at 1/3 of the actual fairway width. Any other location yields a severely uneven lie.
The approach from the top level must find the correct level of the green. A three putt is hard to avoid for the golfer that is not on the correct level. A grass bunker to the left offers heavy rough and the bunker on the right is small enough to create an uncomfortable stance and swing.
From #12 Tee.
From the fairway looking back to the Tee.
From the fairway looking to the green.
#12 Green looking back to fairway
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