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Having negotiated the twists and turns of eleven, the golfer meets at the twelfth, a four-par that Boatwright called “straightforward”. It plays downhill from a tee in the shadow of the clubhouse. It drops away for 290 yards until it plunges off a ridge before finishing out the last 90 yards on a level approach to the green. Out of bounds and trees left. A menacing, but level, bunker right. The putting surface itself is the largest on the course and can yield very long putts. Holes cut in the back right are the hardest.