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    Red Nine Scorecard

Starting off with one of the most challenging holes on the property, the Red Nine lets you know it means business right from the first shot.  One of the best starting holes in Grand Rapids, hole number one requires a strategic tee shot and forced carry on your second in order to score well and start your round off on the right foot.  The next two holes should be familiar to travelers of US 131 and will challenge a golfer's club selection with wind and elevation changes.  Pay close attention to the pin positions on holes four and five to avoid leaving yourself some tricky putts on their undulating greens.  The fourth green moves quite a bit from right to left where the fifth green drops from back to front.  The final four holes are your chance to make some low numbers and finish up your round in the red.  The drives on these holes are key to putting a short iron in your hand so you can be in a position to make a birdie.  As you hit your approach to the elevated green on nine, pay close attention to the flag location to make sure you hit enough club to get close to the pin for that tap in birdie.  

If you are making the turn, click on the GOLD or WHITE description, otherwise we will see you in the clubhouse for a cold drink and warm atmosphere to chat about your round.

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