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Pro's Advice: This is always a favorite hole at Teal Wing. The elevated back tees give a dramatic view of this Par 4 from the top of the hill, especially in the full blaze of autumn color. The wide fairway doglegs left and incorporates a huge sand waste on the left inside turn. Hit your tee shot down the right side for the best view of the green and a short iron shot. A back pin on this green is nothing to fool with because of the steep drop off to the river only 50 ft. away. Roll your ball to the front, and two putt.
Naturalist's Advice: The unusual long sand waste on the inside turn, with five old pine stumps, is a touch that remains of Northwoods history. These five stumps from the Old Pinery, about 3 ft. in diameter, were left by the loggers in the 1880's, charred by the fires of the 1920's, and tell the story of this land. They are preserved here, lonely sentinels in the sand waste. The Four Oaks (four large trunks growing together on the right side of the landing zone) mark the turn. The sloped, perched green, is 50 ft. from the water's edge of the Teal River. The banks of the Teal River are left completely natural, with the large white birch enticing your view up the river, around two bends, towards Teal Lake. You will follow the river for the next three holes. This whole golf course has been designed so that from the river, there is only one spot you can see one fairway. A person in a boat on the river, can just see golfers heads as they cross the bridge on #7.