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|Hole 10 Back Tees||Green of Hole 10|
Pro's Advice: This hole is nicknamed The Keyhole. Teeing off a knoll to the south east of the clubhouse, the golfer must thread through a 80ft. gap between giant hemlocks about 125 yards out. Your landing area is next to the oak trees on the right hand side of the fairway. this leaves 150-175 yards to the green. With little room behind the green, landing short is not a bad idea. Don't go left, because a pond about 50 yards in front of the green will make you wish you were a slicer instead of a hooker. Par here is an excellent score.
Naturalist's Advice: You have a view once more into the dark, still depths of the hemlock forest on your left. The forward tees are next to a fascinating tall yellow birch. It first sprouted out of an old pine roots that now surround the stump, but eventually had to put down larger externally exposed roots that now surround the stump. Your view into the hemlock forest is just a foretaste of the ride from the 10th to the 11th, under the catherdral like canopy of hemlock and yellow birch. An open and airy landing zone awaits south of the main grove of hemlocks. Scattered yellow birch standing free on the left of the fairway glimmer with gold in the fall.