The drive in sets the tone. If the trees are blowing or the ground is moist you know it could be a tough rough. Ross Hills would be considered a rolling flat. With rubber tee-pads, the recommendation is to stay to the side when they are wet. Your biggest obstacle is distance, and plenty of it; if you don't have a big arm, don't plan on throwing under par. There are a few ravines averaging about 150' down into the "belly of the beast" but they are avoidable.
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