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NCAAs: Traditions Club

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The finishing hole for the NCAA Women's National Championship is a par 4 that requires both length and accuracy off the tee.

The green at No. 4. This is the first of a three-hole stretch where precision with wedges is key to scoring.
The par-5 fifth is another hole where a good tee shot and a solid wedge game can create a birdie opportunity. Accuracy is key here, as wayward drives will find OB left and a hazard right.
The par-4 sixth hole at Traditions Club. The last in a stretch of holes where accuracy off the tee can set up good scoring opportunities with a wedge.
Hole No. 7 at Traditions Club is a par 3 guarded by water on the right and bunkers in front. In order to score, a player has to be aggressive to a back right pin, but it's an easy up-and-down from long or right. A ridge in the green can make for a tough two-putt.
Hole No. 16 at Traditions Club, a par 3 over the lake, can look intimidating from the tee, but a shot to the middle of the green makes for an easy par.
A sign points players in the right direction at Traditions Club's par-3 16th.
The par-4 17th at Traditions Club is a tough driving hole because of a tree in the middle of the faraway.
The finishing hole for the NCAA Women's National Championship is a par 4 that requires both length and accuracy off the tee.
Texas A&M is playing host to the 2011 NCAA Women's National Championship at Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas.

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