Pinnacle Peak Country Club Hole by Hole - 6th Hole

Pinnacle Peak Country Club, Arizona

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Hole 6 at Pinnacle Peak Country Club is a short par 4 with a slight dogleg right. Strategize to avoid the four bunkers and take advantage of the wide fairway and large green for potential birdie opportunities. Be mindful of changing weather conditions, especially wind, which can impact ball flight on this hole throughout all four seasons.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 367 yards

Handicap: 11

Green Area:


Approx Fairway Width:


Has Water:



Slight dogleg

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Bunker Count:



Some fairway bunkers, with the majority (51%) strategically placed around the area.

Club Recommendations

Low Handicapper:

As a low handicapper, you have the advantage of distance off the tee with a drive of 280+ yards. This will allow you to take on this short par 4 with confidence and aim for birdie opportunities. However, be cautious of the four bunkers strategically placed throughout the fairway and green complex. With changing weather conditions at Pinnacle Peak Country Club, keep an eye on wind direction as it can greatly affect your ball flight. A well-placed drive avoiding these hazards will set you up for a clear approach shot to this wide fairway and large green.

Mid Handicapper:

For mid handicappers hitting around 230+ yards off the tee, this hole presents an opportunity for strategic play. Aim for accuracy rather than distance to avoid the bunkers and position yourself in prime scoring position on this dogleg right par 4. Be aware of any potential changes in weather conditions that may impact your shot selection or club choice.

High Handicapper:

As a high handicapper, your main focus should be avoiding mistakes on this hole. With a shorter drive averaging around 200+ yards, it's important to plan accordingly and aim towards safety over risk-taking shots. The four bunkers scattered along the fairway are not worth risking your scorecard over. Keep in mind any changes in weather conditions that could potentially affect your ball flight.

Local Weather Conditions:

With Scottsdale's desert climate, players can expect hot temperatures during summer months with occasional gusts of wind affecting ball flight direction. During winter months, cooler temperatures bring less wind making it easier to control shots but still being mindful of potential gusts near water features or nearby mountains.

Overall Strategy:

Regardless of handicap level or tee box used (ranging from Championship at 367 yards down to Senior Women's at 287 yards), all players should prioritize accuracy over distance when approaching Hole #6 at Pinnacle Peak Country Club. With a slight dogleg right and four bunkers in play, it's important to strategize accordingly based on individual skill level and weather conditions. Keep an eye out for any changes in wind direction that could affect your ball flight and aim for the wide fairway and large green to set yourself up for potential birdie opportunities.

"The most important shot in golf is the next one."
- Ben Hogan

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