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The third hole measures between 333 yards from the front of the men's tee to 355 in the rear. What the third hole lacks in length it more that makes up for in accuracy. As shown from the picture of 2008 Club President Mike Ciesla to the right taken from behind the tee, a player must thread his tee ball through a 20 yard wide chute of trees for the first 175 yards. Many tee shots catch the very tall tree that guards the end of the chute on the right side.
The right side of the fairway is then guarded by a stand of trees and a fairway bunker about 150 and 100 yards from the green, respectively. The left side is protected by a grove of trees running from 125 yards out all the way to the green on the left. Further left is South Park Lake which will often claim any hooked tee shot. Therefore, any shot finding the fairway is a good shot from the tee.
While the third green is fairly flat, it is protected by two grass bunkers in front, a large grass bunker immediately behind, and a grove of trees and bushes thereafter. A shot over the green often results in an unplayable lie.
The third hole is a solid short par 4, and any birdie recorded here is often good for a skin during the Tuesday or Thursday Skins Games.
The third hole from behind the green looking back down the fairway
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