Arrowood Golf Club Hole by Hole - 7th Hole

Arrowood Golf Club, California

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Hole 7 at Arrowood Golf Club is a challenging par 4 with a slight dogleg right. From the championship tees, this hole measures 367 yards and has a handicap of 13, making it one of the more difficult holes on the course. The fairway is approximately 45 yards wide, giving players some room for error off the tee.

Off the tee, most players will want to hit a driver to get as close to the green as possible. However, with water not being a factor on this hole, there is some flexibility in club selection. For those who can hit their driver around 217 yards or less, using a long iron or hybrid may be a better option to avoid running through the fairway into trouble.

The approach shot on this hole requires precision due to only having two greenside bunkers that make up just 2% of the total green area. This gives players confidence knowing they don't have many hazards to navigate around when hitting onto the green.

During different seasons throughout the year at Arrowood Golf Club in Oceanside, California (zip code:92057), weather conditions such as wind and temperature may impact ball flight distance and direction. In general though, with an average elevation of about 100 feet above sea level and mild temperatures ranging from high-60s in winter months to low-80s in summer months along with light winds averaging between five and ten miles per hour across all four seasons should not significantly affect playability for most golfers.

For average golfers looking to improve scoring on Hole 7 at Arrowood Golf Club, it's important to focus on accuracy rather than distance off both tee shots and approach shots since missing either left or right could result in difficult recoveries from rough areas or even out-of-bounds stakes lining certain parts of each side along this slightly curving fairway leading toward its medium-sized putting surface measuring roughly ninety-one-hundred and fifty-one square feet. For players who can hit their 7-iron around one hundred and forty yards or less, using a pitching wedge on the approach may be a good strategy to ensure accuracy and control.

Overall, Hole 7 at Arrowood Golf Club is a challenging yet strategic hole that requires both distance off the tee and precision on the approach shot. With minimal hazards in play, this hole offers opportunities for golfers to score well with smart club selection and accurate shots.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 367 yards

Handicap: 13

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

1. Choose a club off the tee based on distance, not just trying to hit as far as possible.

2. Consider using a long iron or hybrid instead of a driver if you can't consistently hit your driver 217 yards or less.

3. Focus on accuracy over distance for both tee shots and approach shots.

4. Be aware of any wind or temperature changes that may affect ball flight and adjust accordingly.

5. Use a pitching wedge for approach shots if you can hit your 7-iron around 140 yards or less for better control and accuracy.

6. Avoid missing left or right, as this could result in difficult recoveries from rough areas or out-of-bounds stakes lining the fairway.

7. Take advantage of the minimal hazards on this hole by playing smart and strategic shots rather than trying to overpower it with distance alone.

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

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