Covered Bridge Course Map
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Fuzzy's Hole-By-Hole Tip for Covered Bridge G.C.
Hole #1- Par 4
This is an excellent starting hole with tee shot straight away, not difficult. Second shot requires good direction. Left or right of the green could be a difficult up and down.
Hole #2- Par 4
A very demanding tee shot due to trees right and left. A good tee shot will leave a medium iron to the green. Over the green will be a very difficult position to play from.
Hole #3- Par 3
A medium to long iron par 3. Left center of green is the safest play.
Hole #4- Par 4
Long tee shot avoiding left fairway bunker will leave medium to long iron for second shot. Keeping ball below hole is your best play.
Hole #5- Par 5
The tee shot favoring the right side of the fairway is your best play. Second shot should favor the center to left side of the fairway. A well placed second shot could help set up a possible birdie.
Hole #6- Par 4
Tee shot favoring the left side of this spacious fairway will leave the best angle of approach with a medium to short iron.
Hole #7- Par 4
A tee shot to the left side of the fairway will leave the best angle to the green that must be hit. Missing the green could make for a very difficult up and down.
Hole #8- Par 3
A long iron to the center or left center of the green is your safest play. Water right and bunker short right make this a fairly difficult hole.
Hole #9-Par 5
Tee shot up the right side of the fairway is the best play. A second shot favoring the right side of the fairway will leave the best angle of approach for your third shot. A good distance on your second shot is a must to this shallow green.
Hole #10- Par 4
A straight tee shot on this narrow hole is a must. Second shot played with medium to short iron should be kept below the hole.
Hole #11- Par 4
Your tee shot placed on the right side of the fairway will leave the best angle of approach. The left greenside bunker could be a difficult up and down because the green slopes away.
Hole #12- Par 3
A long difficult par three with a well bunkered green. A three on this hole is very satisfying.
Hole #13- Par 4
Favoring the right side of the fairway will leave the best angle of approach to the green. Hitting this green is a must because up and downs prove to be difficult.
Hole #14- Par 5
A long tee shot down the left side of the fairway could give a chance to reaching this green in two. Favoring the right side would leave the best opportunity on your 3rd shot to get the ball close to the hole for a birdie opportunity.
Hole #15- Par 4
A long iron or fairway wood away from the right fairway bunker would be the safest play. Second shot needs to be on the correct side of the green because of the ridge running through the center of the green from front to back.
Hole #16- Par 4
Longest par 4 on the course demands a long straight shot avoiding a bunker on the left side of the fairway. An on-target second shot is a must to this well bunkered green.
Hole #17- Par 3
Par three requiring a short to medium iron shot placed on the right side of the green is safest shot. Left bunker could make for a difficult par.
Hole #18- Par 5
Tee shot should favor the left side of fairway as to avoid the water.