If you have to play longer tees in a tournament, just take what the course gives you.
You should be OK if you hit a solid drive, but if it's not too crisp you may end up beyond your comfortable approach range. If you're 220 yards out and the green is tightly bunkered or waterbound, lay up with a hybrid or medium iron and chip on. If the green is fairly open, you could try a fairway wood to get home.
The main thing is, don't try an approach shot you can't commit to.
If it's a scramble and the approach is 220 yards out, I sometimes hit a safety shot up short of the green and let the longer hitters swing away. Once or twice a round we ended up using my ball when the others all had bad shots.
so, the lady heard them speaking in a language other than English, and she even saw a text that said "dynamite"..
long story short, plane returned, everyone is off boarded, 4 people detained and no dynamite text found and they are released. No idea if they are Arab or not, they could be Spanish for all I know.. What I do know is that people can just say what ever they want, and basically delay hundreds of people because they hear or see things that are pure fantasy.