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The average golfer will generally fade (or slice) the ball, especially so, when hitting into a wind. Wind tends to magnify any swing error and make matters worse than with no wind or a following wind.

In my opinion, the more accomplished golfers, maybe 10% of those who play the game, tend to draw (or hook) the ball, and even those will intentionally fade into the green in order to maintain more control over the shot and be able to stop it in the area where the pin is located.

If your prospective house purchase is left of the green (from the golfers approach), I'd say you're in pretty good shape. <grin>

Hope this helps.

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