Windsor, NY (WBNG Binghamton)
Hi I'm Jeremiah Noyd, I'm on the Windsor varsity golf team, and I'll be playing the fourth hole at the golden oak golf course.
Well, when you take your tee shot. You have to play a hook for a righty or a slice for a lefty, to avoid the water on the left.
Some people can't hit driver, because they hit it too far, and they'll hit the pond there , surrounding the island green. You probably want to hit about your 230 or 240 clubs to have about an 80 yard chip in and then you get to stop right by the whole hopefully it goes in.
I hit my tee ball better than I usually do. And now I have about a 20 yard chip. You want to hit it into the rough and let it roll onto the green because the green is pretty quick.
In this plot is about a cup break to the right. It's not too bad to get past the hole, but you really don't want to be sure and have another downhill putt, see rather make it past.
I hit by the hole about a foot or two, so I have to make this putt for par. Par is a very good score on this hole. It's a pretty tough hole here on the Golden Oak golf course.