Tips from the Pro:
The tenth hole is a slight dog-right and requires careful course management off the tee. Know your tee shot, then play to your advantage. If you're long, you can play just left of the trap guarding the right corner and you'll have a very short iron slightly uphill to the green (less than 130 remaining). Otherwise, you should consider playing a 210 yard shot left of center, setting up an approach of about 150 yards.
The driving range runs along the right side of this hole, so anything hit right and you run the risk of trying to find your ball among the 20,000 new white balls that Tashua purchased this year! This green slopes slightly right to left, so consider the pin placement carefully.