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One of the most exciting courses in the area, Parkland is completely different from her counterparts, Moorland and Heathland. There is no target golf on this course; you need the ability to draw or fade the ball, and accuracy is a must. The natural terrain is both beautiful and multifaceted with tree-lined fairways, vast waste areas, deep-faced bunkers and enormous multileveled undulating greens. Extremely challenging, many of the holes are long but with liberal landing areas. The bunkering siding the fairways and greens require a soft touch from the tee. The toughest hole is probably the par 3, 235 yard 16th, requiring an approach shot with a wood that has to carry over a marsh to a large green perched on top of a hill. Strategy and shot management are the order of the day on this impressive course.
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