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No. 17 - Nandina Par 4, 440 yards

2011 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys 2x Bogeys Other Avg Rank Pin Placement
 R1
0 10 61 28 0 0 4.182 9
 R2
0 6 66 25 2 0 4.232 4
 R3
0 4 36 9 0 0 4.102 9
 R4
0 6 33 9 1 0 4.102 7
Historical Average: 4.16  Historical Rank: 10        


Description:
Players must negotiate Ikes Tree off the tee, but for most its a short-iron second shot into a rock-hard green.

1934 yardage: 145, par 3


Original Intent

"Depending upon the wind, a fine drive may leave a second shot requiring anything from a good 5-iron or easy 4 to a short pitch."
--- Bobby Jones


Significant changes

- Tee moved back 10-15 yards, 2006


Did it work?

Ike's Tree isn't a problem for big hitters, but others still struggle to hit it far enough to have a good look at the green. Golfers want to hit as short a club as possible for their approach to this difficult green.


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2011 Pin Placements


Nandina

Nandina - Nandina domestica

- Old-fashioned, tough evergreen shrub with fernlike foliage
- Blooms April to May; large clusters of small, creamy flowers
- In winter, yields clusters of brilliant red berries

Spot it on the course
- It grows in a cluster near the records fountain on the right and to the left and right of the hole, close to the members' tee.

Hole story
- A good-luck symbol in Japan

Where and how the plant grows
- Grows 6 to 8 feet high and 2 to 3 feet wide
- Sun to shade
- Moist, well-drained soil
- High drought tolerance
- Propagation by seed or division

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