Hole # 10, par 5, Blue tees, 535 yards
Ahhh, playing Greywolf in the morning is really something else. You know you’re in the middle of the Rockies when you drive up to Panorama for the first time. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Greywolf is a golf resort that you will never forget.
Hole # 10 is a long par 5 with a hillside on your right. Its a gradual slope but treat it with care. Hitting your ball up there is trouble so it’s better to stay left if you can. A long drive would be best if you can muster it. This is one of those holes that you can’t reach in two so take your time and make every shot count. There are two bunkers on the left side. The first one is reachable on your second shot and the third guards the green.
I used a combination of driver, 4-Hybrid, 7-iron to get to the green. My two friends, Chris and James took four strokes to get on. James had the most trouble, slicing his ball to the incline on the right then taking relief. His third shot found the bunker. Blasting out in four, he took two more shots to get to the green. James had a rough time. Chris hit a beautiful 5-iron to the green, bounced front of the green then rolled on. He followed up with a long straight putt right into the hole.