Review for Wampanoag

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TaylorMade

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Wampanoag is a course I have played many times. It is a nice Ross course with a great mix of holes.

The 1st hole is a straight away par 4 of average length. The green is challenging as it has a flat appearance but devilish contours within it.

The 2nd hole is a very challenging par 4 dogleg right. A stream cuts across the fairway and the green has a severe back to front slope.

The 3rd hole is a nice par 3. 2 separate tee areas are intact which allow for different angles on different days. It plays 180ish.

The 4th is the first par 5. A dogleg right with huge pine trees protecting the right and the player who wants to cut off some length. The green is well protected but is quite flat.

The 5th is a blind tee ball over a hill and plays as a slight dogleg right. The green is well protected and is diagonally positioned.

The 6th is a slight dog leg left par 5 which has a huge hill out at the 250 area. A big drive can find the bottom and cut off 50 yards.

The 7th comes back up that hill on 6 and has a thin green with a rise and deep front bunkers.

The 8th is maybe the toughest hole on the course. It's long par 4 with some moguls out on the right and a deep well protected green.

The 9th is a slightly up hill par 3 with a very deep green of kidney shape.

The 10th is a shorter par 4 with an elevated tee and a well bunkered green.

The 11th is a par 5 up a good hill with an elevated green with bunkers front and back.

The 12th is the last par 5 and is flat and straight with some rolling fairway. It's maybe the best scoring hole on the course.

The 13th is the toughest par 3 on the course. It plays 220 and has a severely sloped green.

The 14th is an elevated tee to a tight landing area with a brook left and short and then a sizable uphill climb to a difficult green.

The 15th is a very strong par 4 dogleg right with a stream which is right and cuts across and to the back left of the green

The 16th is a 150ish par 3 with green perched on a table top. accuracy is key.

The 17th is a great par 4 with a gentle dogleg right with the fairway sloped that way. Th green is uphill and is deep and somewhat blind.

The 18th is a magnificent finishing par 4. A stream is across the fairway and then a pond is just past that. An uphill approach of good length to a devilishly sloped green completes this course.

Wampanoag is a great day out. The course is quite nice and is situated on a rolling piece of property.

Date: December 30, 2020


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