TPC at Scottsdale 'Stadium Course' Hole by Hole - 14th Hole

TPC at Scottsdale 'Stadium Course', Arizona

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Hole 14 at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course is a par 5, 477 yards from the championship tees and 7 on the handicap. It has a slight dogleg left with an approximate fairway width of 34 yards. There are three bunkers located around the green, making up 3% of its total area. This hole can be challenging for any golfer in any season due to Arizona’s dry climate and high altitude which affects ball flight conditions. In summer months, golfers should expect hot temperatures and increased wind speeds while winter brings cooler air but still strong winds that will affect club selection off the tee box and approach shots into the green. From the championship tees, players should use their driver or 3 wood to reach this long hole in two shots as they navigate through desert terrain avoiding sand traps along the way. A layup shot may be necessary depending on wind speed allowing for a wedge approach shot onto a slightly sloped green guarded by bunkers short right and long left. With good course management skills golfers have an opportunity to make birdie or even eagle if playing their cards right!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 5

Distance: 477 yards

Handicap: 7

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

Playing Tips:

1. Choose the right club off the tee box to maximize distance and accuracy while taking into account wind speed and direction.

2. Utilize a layup shot if necessary in order to set up a wedge approach shot onto the green.

3. Be aware of desert terrain hazards such as sand traps, cacti, etc when selecting your line of play off the tee box and when approaching the green.

4. Aim for center/middle of the fairway on this long par 5 hole to give yourself an optimal angle for your second shot into the green, avoiding bunkers short right and long left that guard it closely.

5. Take advantage of birdie or eagle opportunities by playing smartly with good course management skills!

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

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