KLAMATH FALLS -- Harbor Links is one of the shorter courses in Newswatch 12's set of 12 courses, but you aren't likely to lose as many golf balls as at other courses.
The water hazard is situated in a spot on the course that prevents most balls from being lost in the water for good.
Clubhouse pro Jason Dobie said there are water hazards on almost every hole. He also said golfers often have to deal with wind, sometimes exceeding 20 miles per hour.
Dobie's biggest piece of advice is to plan a couple shots ahead on most holes. If you don't, you could find yourself going all or nothing for the green on a later shot and ending up in a water hazard.
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