Posted by: randyhaaggolf | September 14, 2010


View from the clubhouse looking back at the 18th hole

Tee shot on #1 at Mayacama

View from behind #1 looking back down the fairway

Tee shot on the par 5 second hole 525 yard hole

3rd shot into the par 5 2nd hole

Tee shot on this great 178 yard par three 3rd hole

Tee shot on this transformed par five into a tough par 4, probably the toughest hole on the course

5th hole

Downhill tee shot that plays one club short of the 188 yards listed for this nice par three

6th hole

Important to hit this fairway and avoid the bunker on the right that is a 271 yard carry from the tee

2nd shot on the par 4 sixth hole to a two tiered green

7th hole

Short tee shot on this short 340 yard par 4 hole

Harry Rudolph (Calif team) teeing off on #7 with an iron

short 2nd shot into the 7th hole

8th hole

Tee shot on this nice 411 yard par 4 hole with a slight dogleg right

Uphill second shot into #8

9th hole

Tee shot on this 568 yard par five

2nd shot lay up on the par 5 ninth hole

3rd shot into #9

10th hole

Tee shot on this 397 yard dogleg left par 4

2nd shot into this beautiful 10th hole

11th hole-Tee shot on this downhill 205 yard par three

12th hole

Tee shot on this 441 yard awesome par 4 hole

2nd shot into this two tiered 12th hole

13th hole

The tee shot on the 12th hole must find the fairway to have a chance at this green over a hazard

Slightly uphill shot to the 13th hole that is guarded in front by a hazard

14th hole

Uphill 159 yard par three 14th hole


Tee shot on this downhill par 5 537 yard hole that provides the best chance for birdie at Mayacama

2nd shot over a hazard to this beautiful par 5 hole

16th hole

The tee shot on the 16th hole has been moved up to 301 yards leaving several options for the players- the Calif team hit lay up 5 irons off this tee

2nd shot into the 16th hole is guarded by water on the left

17th hole

tee shot on this 196 yard par three hole

18th hole

The California Team on the 18th tee- from right to left- Harry Rudolph, Jeff Wilson & Randy Haag

closer up photo of the Calif team- Rudolph, Wilson & Haag (right to left)

Fuzzy photo of the tee shot on #18

2nd shot over water on this reachable par 5 finishing hole

The California team caddies from left to right Reiner Binsfeld, Thom Anderson & Bobby Pereira

Today was delayed by an hour due to fog leaving the California team to begin teeing off at 1:30. Results later today.


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