FOX43 Golf Tip: finish strong on the 18th hole at Crossgates Golf Club

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MILLERSVILLE, LANCASTER COUNTY – After 17 solid holes at Crossgates Golf Club, you need to be ready for an even stronger 18th. The long Par 5 in Millersville is a traditional, three shot hole that requires a good drive to get you started. If you’re in the proper position, a 150 to 200 yard second shot will take you to a flat area before the creek. From there, the adventure continues as you hit uphill to an elevated green.

"It can lead to some excitement at the end of your round," says Crossgates Director of Instruction Jason Przystup. "If you are playing a match with your buddies, a lot can happen on the 18th hole. You can make a birdie or you can make a double or triple bogey. Many people here at Crossgates find the 18th hole very difficult but they also enjoy it at the same time."

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