Tuesday, April 24, 2007

MilF Tips: TPC at Valleywood #5

NOTE: This is the fifth 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 #5
"Patsy"


Number 5 is a slight dogleg left playing 320 yards from the championship tees and a mere 300 from the MilF box. The hole culminates in a large, flat, ordinary green. Unless you are some sort of pie-decorating nancy boy, you should go for the green here, aiming your drive over the tree closest to the fairway on the left side. And that's all there really is to say about #5, the easiest par 4 on the course.

FOOT'S SECRET TIP: If you failed to urinate on #3, the wooded area flanking the tee box here is another wonderfully private place to take a whiz.

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