Elevated Tee: Raven No. 10 | SummitDaily.com

Elevated Tee: Raven No. 10

Rick Fretland
Courtesy The Raven Golf Course

“You’re not necessarily looking for a driver off the tee. You want a 3-wood or a driving iron, whatever your 220 or 230 club is, because there’s a nice, wide, flat landing area before the hole climbs back up. You can challenge it with a driver, but there’s a sloped, wooded hill on the right and a deep bunker on the left. Your second shot you need about a club and a half extra, because you’re climbing back up and there’s a false front to the green.

It can either be the easiest hole on the course or the toughest, depending on hole location.”

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