As a general rule, the degree of difficulty on a resort course rises as you play more holes. That way, golfers have a better chance of feeling good at the beginning of the round so they can build some confidence. Water is used for visual appeal as much as for a hazard, and greens tend to be larger and flatter on resort courses. Here are some tips to help you score well: * Ask for a yardage guide - Most major resorts have golf guides that offer a hole-by-hole description. * Ask the pro ...

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