saml and DrJHawk,Thank you for your replies. In my haste, I posted the wrong wind direction! On most days, it will be a following wind, not into the wind, on the approach shot. From saml's post, I presume a following wind would result in an average golfer (who tends to slice or fade) hitting a pretty straight ball. However, the following wind would make matters worse if the player consistently hooks the ball.Unfortunately, the homeowner's association requires that the fence (iron) be no taller than 4 feet. One thing that should help is the "stadium seating" design around the greens, although I suppose a duffer who is way left on the approach shot could hit the sideslope and roll into my yard (which sits to the left of the green on the golfer's approach).
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