Harbor Club on Lake Oconee’s Hole Number 3, designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, is featured in the January/February 2024 Issue of Golf Georgia.
It is a privilege for our stunning golf course to be featured. This par-4 gem highlights the unique attributes that make this particular hole a standout in the world of golf. Members and non-members alike enjoy the challenge and beauty of number 3 on our pristine course.
No. 3, par 4, 368 yards
Don’t let the short yardage fool you. This risk-reward par-4 is the second-hardest hole on the course and can produce some high scores if you’re too aggressive and don’t play it smart. The gentle dogleg has out of bounds on the left and water all along the right side. The key is to avoid the friendly fairway bunker on the left side. If you find the sand there, your approach will be blocked on the left, leaving only the right side open – with the water awaiting. The smart play is to aim at the 150-yard marker and leave yourself an open approach into the long, narrow green that’s surrounded by water on three sides. There’s a small bailout area on the left, but any ball left there faces a chip that trends toward the pond.Read more: Harbor Club Featured in Golf Georgia Magazine
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