#9 Gallatin Crossing

The tee shot is the key on this picturesque, hard dogleg left. A mid-to-long iron with right to left movement will cut the distance into the green. However, large cottonwoods left off the tee and nasty rough right of the landing zone make a well-placed tee ball essential to managing this hole. From the landing area, more cottonwoods push in from the left and the green is guarded right and left by large bunkers.

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Black Yardage: 401

Blue Yardage: 350

White Yardage: 350

Red Yardage: 260

Gold Yardage: 260

Mens Handicap: 5

Womens Handicap: 3

Hazards: Sand, Water, Trees, Out of Bounds - Left