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Hole 1 Hole 2 Hole 3 Hole 4 Hole 5 Hole 6 Hole 7 Hole 8 Hole 9 Hole 10 Hole 11 Hole 12 Hole 13 Hole 14 Hole 15 Hole 16 Hole 17 Hole 18 Practice Green
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Hole No. 1

Par 4, 442 yards

In preparation for the Wells Fargo Championship, a new teeing ground was constructed, adding just over 60 yards for the competitors. The hole is a slight dogleg right with a narrow landing area, guarded by a bunker on the left side of the fairway. Players have the option to lay-up short of the fairway bunker or challenge the bunker, potentially leaving a short approach shot. The green is crowned on the edges and sloped back to front. Correct location on the putting surface is important to starting the round on a good note.

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Hole No. 2

Par 3, 161 yards

This short par 3 plays slightly downhill. While most players will hit a short iron, trouble can be found with water left and small ridge dividing the putting surface. Errant tee shots can quickly lead to bogey at the short second.

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Hole No. 3

Par 4, 386 yards

This par 4 forces competitors to challenge a long fairway bunker on the left. Choosing to aim farther right will leave a much longer approach to the difficult green and bring the deep group of fairway bunkers on the right side into play. This large, two tier green has a severe false front and is sloped towards the left edge. It is vital that your approach finds the right quadrant of the green to escape with par or better.

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Hole No. 4

Par 5. 640 yards

The fourth hole is the longest hole on the golf course, requiring three great shots for most players. The tee shot is played to a generous fairway but is guarded by fairway bunkers left and a grassy ravine on the right. Players who choose to challenge the right side of the hole can receive an additional roll on their tee ball. There are many options on the second shot. Competitors who choose to layup will face large fairway bunkers on each side of the fairway. The approach shot towards the large green must be precise as the green has a false front and runs away towards the back edge.

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Hole No. 5

Par 3, 207 yards

This scenic par three plays downhill over a pond to a large green guarded by a bunker on the right side of the hole. This demanding tee shot requires precision in both accuracy and distance, a miss long or left will likely lead to a bogey from the tightly mown chipping areas. The large green is divided by a ridge with the dominant slopes being towards the front of the green and left edge.

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Hole No. 6

Par 5, 549 yards

The fifth hole is the shortest par 5 on the golf course, however that does not guarantee a low score. The tee shot is guarded by a creek down the left side of the hole and a bunker on the right in the layup area. Players will have the option to challenge the hole or play short of the bunker making it a three- shot hole. On the approach the creek winds to the right side of the fairway continuing to green side. The fairway is severely slanted towards the creek on the entire approach. The green is secured by a large bunker short and left of the green. A shot that does not find the green will be faced with a difficult pitch, especially to a front or back hole location. The green has two portions and is divided by a large bowl in the center of the green. Distance control is crucial at the sixth.

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Hole No. 7

Par 4, 353 yards

The shortest par 4 on the golf course, this breathtaking hole is guarded with picturesque bunkers lining the right side of the fairway. A risk-reward tee shot will allow some players to drive the green. A well placed lay-up shot will leave an attackable approach providing a great birdie opportunity. Deep bunkers guard the right side of the putting surface which slopes from back to front.

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Hole No. 8

Par 4, 453 yards

For the tournament competition, a new teeing ground was added, lengthening this tight par 4 by 42 yards. Three treacherous bunkers guard the right side of the hole as pine trees line the left. An approach shot to a very wide but shallow green requires precision to keep your ball on the correct tier. A false front is located on the left portion of the green. A miss here and the ball will collect 20 yards off the green, leaving a difficult par save.

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Hole No. 9

Par 4, 431 yards

This beautiful par 4 crosses the Intracoastal Waterway en route to a slight dogleg left layout. The waterway, Live Oak trees and bunkers guard the left side of the hole and bunkers are also present on the right side landing area. A very narrow green requires a precise shot to give the player a good chance at birdie. A ball that lands on the right portion of the green will collect in the mulch area beneath the tree. Be sure to look for the Osprey nest left of the fairway bunkers on the waterway.

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Hole No. 10

Par 3, 186 yards

The back nine begins with a very scenic and difficult par 3. The tee shot aims directly into the teeth of the Intracoastal Waterway, providing little protection from a stiff breeze. The shallow green requires perfect club selection in order to avoid the greenside bunkers and water hazard present a few paces behind the green. Players will be happy to escape with a par.

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Hole No. 11

Par 4, 448 yards

This dogleg left par 4 is framed by an iconic 130-plus-year-old American Elm tree that towers over the right fairway bunker. Fans will have a great view from under the Elm to the green below. A demanding tee shot placed in the left center of the fairway will leave the shortest and best angle to attack a very undulating green. Three deep greenside bunkers secure the right side of the green. Missing this green will test even the best short games in the field.

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Hole No. 12

Par 5, 562 yards

Playing slightly down hill, the first par 5 on the back nine will offer plenty of drama throughout the week. A solid tee shot to a wide fairway will leave a long iron approach shot for most players attempting to hit this green in two. It is vital to hit the correct portion of this shallow and undulating green, which will be easier for players who choose to lay up.

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Hole No. 13

Par 4, 423 yards

This is one of the easier par 4’s at Eagle Point. With a well-placed drive, players will have a either a short iron or a wedge into the green. A large bunker protects the front side, and a small collection area on the right protects the right side of the green. The green is divided by a ridge separating the front and back. Players should take advantage of the wide fairway and shorter yardage to make a birdie.

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Hole No. 14

Par 4, 462 yards

This long hole normally plays into the wind. A bunker on the left side of the fairway will collect errant drives or will force the longer player to carry it. If competitors hit the deep bunker on the right side of the fairway they could be forced to pitch it out, eliminating any chance to go for the green. Players will also not want to miss the green to the left. Deep bunkers guard the left side of the green and with the green sloping away from the player, this makes for a very difficult up and down.

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Hole No. 15

Par 3, 223 yards

This is the longest of the par 3’s. This hole generally plays into the wind. Two large bunkers guard the front left and front right of the green. Players will be looking just to carry the front edge aiming to get the ball in the middle of the green. Par is a great score at this challenging hole.

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Hole No. 16

Par 4, 448 yards

This straight par 4 is one of the tighter driving holes on the course. There are no fairway bunkers but the narrow fairway is lined by trees on both sides. The green is a three tiered green and is one of the bigger greens on property, measuring 50 yards deep. A back hole placement makes this par 4 significantly longer and tougher while a front right hole placement will make the hole an excellent opportunity for birdie with a drive that finds the fairway.

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Hole No. 17

Par 4, 442 yards

Hole No. 17 is the signature hole on the course. The fairway is guarded on the right and left with bunkers and a creek runs up the left side as well. If the player hugs the left side and carries the bunkers, the sloping fairway could send the tee shot into the creek. The second shot plays uphill to a large green. The green is split into two tiers by a ridge running through the middle of the green. This green is also well protected by deep bunkers in front of the green. A shot hit over the green will settle in a collection area, creating a tough up and down.

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Hole No. 18

Par 5, 580 yards

This par 5 has the potential to provide some drama on Sunday afternoon. It is reachable in two shots for the long hitters. The hole generally plays into the wind. A drive down the left side of the fairway will catch a slope and gain some extra roll. Trying to hit this green is a great risk-reward shot. The green will be difficult to hit as it is protected by a pond on the right and a greenside bunker short left. If a player chooses to lay up, he must avoid the trees on the left and the pond on the right. Missing this green long is also a tough up and down as the green slopes away from the player toward the pond.

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Practice Green