Speech to Text for Golf Tip of the Week: Cougar Canyon Golf Course
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joined by general manager clyde johnson here at cougar canyon golf course. clyde this is the first par-3 i've profiled all summer long. here on the second hole, what's your favorite part about this one?" clyde says, "well i'll tell you what this hole has a tendency to be tough in the afternoon and easy in the mornings. so we're here in the afternoon, it's going to be a couple clubs bigger than what we would've seen this morning." jake says, "yeah you can really tell the wind is starting to pick up right now. what is your approach going to be as you approach this par-3?" clyde says, "well what i try to do on this hole is i try to put it in the middle of the green and hope for the best. it on the middle of the green and hope for the best." jake says, "what club you taking off the tee?" clyde says, "i'm not going to tell you. i'm getting to be too old for 124 yards." jake says, "alright you ready to go though?" clyde says, "i'm ready." for clyde it was mission accomplished. center of the green right below the hole. i was putting too... but first needed some education on how to play the slopes. clyde says, "the hole's sitting a little bit up on the flat spot right there and there's a little bit of hump going to it. i see that it's probably going to want to go a little bit towards the right on me but again it's sitting up on that hump so i got to make sure i'm staying over the go left at the end didn't it? but that's a nice easy tap in three." jake says, "yeah you'll take that." clyde says, "we'll take that." jake says, "no complaints with tap in pars." clyde says, "yes." i left some meat on the bone of my tap in. and somehow... it dropped. in myrtle creek, jake garcia, newswatch 12 sports. the