TPC at Scottsdale 'Stadium Course' Hole by Hole - 17th Hole

TPC at Scottsdale 'Stadium Course', Arizona

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The 17th hole at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course is a 332 yard par 4 from the championship tees. The hole has a slight dogleg left, so golfers should aim to hit their tee shot towards the right side of the fairway in order to have an easier approach shot. With 6 bunkers and only 1% of them on the green, golfers will want to focus more on hitting their tee shots accurately and avoiding these hazards than worrying about being too close or far away from them.

The average golfer with a driver distance of 217 yards should be able to reach this hole in two shots if they can place their drive well enough down the middle of the fairway. However, due to its length, some players may opt for using a 3 wood off the tee instead for added accuracy and control. From there, they would then use either an iron or wedge depending on how far away they are from the flagstick when second shot lands.

When playing this hole during different seasons throughout Arizona's desert weather conditions such as wind speed and temperature can affect ball flight significantly; therefore it is important for players to factor that into consideration when choosing which club to use off both tees as well as determining what type of trajectory they should be aiming for with each shot in order make sure that it stays within playable range after reaching its destination.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 332 yards

Handicap: 13

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

In order to score well on this hole, golfers should focus more on accuracy and precision than distance when it comes to their tee shots. Aiming for the right side of the fairway will give them a better angle into the green and help avoid any potential hazards along the way. Depending on their club selection, they should also factor in wind speed and temperature when determining ball flight trajectory so that their shot can stay within playable range after landing. Finally, depending on how far away they are from the flagstick with their second shot, players may opt for either an iron or wedge in order to get close enough for birdie opportunities.

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

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