The Fourth Hole

The fourth hole is picturesque and laced with history. A solid iron will set you up for an expected par. A muffed tee shot may land on the the Battle Road. Care should be taken so as not to break windows in the tavern.

The green is deceptive if you approach from the sides. A central crown causes balls to roll off the green. The safe shot is to play short.

BACK TEES
MIDDLE TEES
HANDICAP
PAR
FRONT TEES
HANDICAP
PAR
170
150
16
3
130
8
3

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Instructions -- Before each swing, select your club. Then place the cursor over your target landing zone and push left mouse button. Continue play until you putt out or complete seven strokes. You will hear an in-the-hole sound and see the IN notice. If your shot goes off the screen, OB (out of bounds) and RS (reset) notices are displayed.

Select the swing button to begin your shot. The first mouse click begins the stroke. The second mouse click should be initiated as the bar reaches red. If the bar reaches full travel, the mouse will automatically initiate. The final mouse click should be initiated as the bar reaches green.


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Updated December 18, 2006