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Pro's Advice: A narrow tee slot makes this shot look harder than it really is, especially with the green protected on the left side by a large oak tree. A substantial drive, to the level landing zone at the crest of the hill, will give you a clear view and easy shot to the green, but avoid the valley to front and right. An approach shot with a short iron should secure your placement on this flat green - a rare treat, with few contours!
Naturalist's Advice: The back tees are amid a circle of might oaks, and give this hole a tunnel effect. These trees survived the fire that swept through this area in the 1890's and again in the 1920's. (However, those that maintain Teal Wing and give you grass for tees don't like the shady cavernous effect and we just hope we can achieve a compromise through the years!) The ponds have a causeway crossed by the cart trail - they are deep, and part of the big swamp system, and a favored pothole for ducks and otter in spring and fall. At the landing zone on your right, you will see one of the few white pine surviving from the loggers - it must have been to small, or twisted. We have treasured it as the natural timber of this region.