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COURSE TOUR
FIRST NINESECOND NINETHIRD NINE

Hole #2

Considered by many to be the most challenging hole at Bermuda Dunes, the fairway is all uphill, slopes left, to a 60 yard deep three-tiered green. The fairway is narrow immediately off the tee. Trees and out of bounds on the left and half a dozen palm trees grouped together on the right poised to catch or swat down any ball hit in their direction. If you get past these palms, and miss the fairway, you are faced with a severe side hill second shot. Short of the green on the right side are trees, and two menacing bunkers on the left side, and two more on the right, demanding an accurate approach shot to the green. With a front pin placement, a long approach shot to the back of the green, results in a long delicate double breaking putt on a down slope to the hole.
Par: 4  |  Handicap: 
Black
420
Blue
400
White
367
Gold
298
Green
300
Green / Gold
300