Friday, April 06, 2007

Milf Tips: TPC at Valleywood #2

NOTE: This is the second installment of a series created for KAR's Expanded MilF Hype Program. Each week, we will present a breakdown of one hole on the MilF's home course: the majestic and hallowed TPC at Valleywood. Print them out and collect them all to make a groovy "course book" just like the pros use!



VALLEYWOOD #2
"Doug's Delight"



"Doug's Delight," so named because even those with the poorest of skills should be able to make it to the green in 3 or 4 shots, is the first of Valleywood's four par-3s. The easiest hole on the course, #2 plays 153 from the tips and a generous 136 from the MilF tees. A short depressed fairway (before last year, this hole was named "Woody Allen"), leads up to a large, well bunkered two-tier green.

Play to this hole is pretty straightforward. Just don't miss the green to the left. The narrow rough to the left of the green slopes quickly toward a well treed cliff, and does not typically hold errant shots. The safe tee shot is right at the center of the green, taking the two large bunkers out of play. The green's two tiers are not as severe as those on #1. But even while the typical pin placement will be tucked behind one of the bunkers, it's not all that risky to take a shot at the pin. Since anyone with any nuts will tee off #2 with a short iron, you can gently drop one on the green and expect it to stick.

FOOT'S SECRET TIP: After you finish #2 be careful driving your cart to the third tee. There's a nasty hairpin turn at the bottom of the hill. If you miss it, you'll end up vaulting yourself on to McAndrew's Road, and will probably die.

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