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Hole 11 has two teepads and three possible pin placements. The original, left, teepad is less difficult than the newer pad to the right. On the the left, the shot is a dogleg right, mostly open for the first two thirds of the fairway, with a line of trees to knock down drives. Many righties prefer rollers from here.

The pad on the right plays down a very long, narrow, low-ceiling tunnel to either a long position at the end of the tunnel or the long and short positions to the left.

 

TEE (left teepad, basket dogleg right)
PIN (long right position, looking back at right tee)