Friday, May 18, 2007

MilF Tips: TPC at Valleywood #7

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



VALLEYWOOD #7
"Bill's Bayou"



The second and final par-3 of the front nine, Bill's Bayou presents the player with a short, but challenging, 184 yard (160 from the MilFs) odyssey starting on an elevated tee and culminating with one of the largest greens on the course. The green is surrounded by water on three sides, so your shot off the tee will be either "all carry" or "all wet." Even if you do reach the green safely, your task is long from over. With three tiers and a lot of green to deal with, if you don't put your first reasonably close to the stick, you'll be facing an impossible snake-like putt for birdie which you will overhit terribly and end up farther away than your original lie was, causing you to throw your putter into the nearby pond. Lucky for you the clubhouse is nearby so you can buy yourself a new one.


FOOT'S SECRET TIP: Don't play it safe here. Actually, there is no "safe" on this hole - either you're on the green or in trouble. Therefore there is absolutely no reason not to aim for the pin, even if its tucked in on the right side of the green.

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