Hole 15

PAR 3 ~ BLUE 157 YDS ~ WHITE 147 YDS ~ GREEN 141 YDS

This is the last of the group of holes known by some as the "Dirty Half Dozen" starting at hole 10 and ending here. Like its predecessors, this hole can push you into bogey territory very quickly. This hole plays across water to an “elevated”  tiered green protected on the side and back by bunkers.  Do not go long into the back bunker because you cannot get up and down from there.  Do not play short as the sloping approach will kick your ball back and down the hill leaving you with an opportunity to demonstrate your flop shot in an attempt to preserve par.  This green can provide for a lot of fun in efforts to two putt this great equalizer of holes.  Be careful here as double bogeys are taken here as often by the pros as by the bogey men.  Like all holes at Glen Afton, the alternate route is a lay-up of the tee out 130 yards from the tee box followed with a wedge to the green still leaving a chance for par.  P.S. The perfect loft and flight to hold the green can be achieved with a 7 or 8 iron for some scratch players. Note: Bogey golfers have a slight chance of holding the green with a five wood. 

HOLE 15 YARDS PAR: 3 HANDICAP
Blue
157


White
147

5
Green
141

4

 



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