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No. 7 - Pampas Par 4, 450 yards

2011 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys 2x Bogeys Other Avg Rank Pin Placement
0 12 56 30 1 0 4.202 7
0 11 56 30 2 0 4.232 3
0 4 32 11 2 0 4.224 3
0 17 21 11 0 0 3.878 13
Historical Average: 4.15  Historical Rank: T11        

The new tee installed in 2002 puts a driver back into most players hands. The hole features a narrow fairway to an elevated, well-bunkered green.

1934 yardage: 340, par 4

Original Intent

"Length is certainly not at a premium here, but the narrow fairway seems to have an added impact because it suddenly confronts the player just when he has become accustomed to the broad expanses of the preceding holes. ... The second shot is normally a steep pitch, often with a wedge, and precise judgment of range is required."
--- Bobby Jones

Significant changes

- Green relocated and bunkers added, 1938

- Tee moved back 35-40 yards, 2006

- Trees added to both sides of fairway, 2006

- Green rebuilt for possible right-rear pin position, 2006

Did it work?

Accuracy off the tee and the added length have made this a more difficult hole. The small, heavily bunkered green now requires more than a short iron approach and yields fewer birdies.

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2011 Pin Placements


Pampas - Cortaderia selloana

- Evergreen ornamental grass with sharply serrated leaves
- In late summer, yields silver-white plumes that stay until winter

Spot it on the course
- Spot it to the left of the seventh fairway.

Hole story
- Before it was Pampas, No. 7 was named Cedar.

Where and how the plant grows
- Native to Argentina
- Fast-growing clumps can be 8 to 10 feet high and wide
- Space 6 to 8 feet apart in mass plantings; grows larger than expected
- Full sun
- Clay to sand, alkaline to acidic soil
- High drought tolerance
- Propagation by division

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