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Aviara Golf Club at Four Seasons Resort Hole by Hole - 6th Hole

Aviara Golf Club at Four Seasons Resort, California

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Hole 6 at Aviara Golf Club is a challenging par 3, with a distance of 195 yards from the championship tees. The hole has a handicap of 11, making it one of the more difficult holes on the course.

The tee shot requires precision and accuracy, as there is only one bunker located to the right side of the green. However, there are no bunkers directly on or surrounding the green itself. This means that golfers should aim for the center or left side of the green to avoid any potential trouble.

The recommended club for this hole would be a driver for most golfers who hit an average distance off the tee. This will allow them to reach the green in two shots without having to worry about any hazards.

However, depending on weather conditions and personal preference, some players may choose to use their long iron instead. If there is strong wind or if they struggle with accuracy off the tee, using a long iron can help keep their ball in play and give them a better chance at hitting their approach shot onto the green.

Speaking of approach shots, golfers should take into account that this hole has water hazards nearby but not directly affecting play. They also need to consider how altitude and temperature may impact ball flight conditions when selecting their club for their second shot.

For most players hitting an average distance with each club (driver ~217 yards; 7 iron ~140 yards; pitching wedge ~120 yards), they should aim for landing their approach shot around 150-160 yards from tee box placement in order to have enough room between themselves and potential water hazards near by while still being able to make it onto he putting surface comfortably

Overall, Hole 6 at Aviara Golf Club rewards those who execute precise shots under pressure while providing challenges based on weather elements such as wind speed/directions along with other factors like temperature/altitude which can affect overall scoring outcomes. With a relatively large green area of 11085 sq ft and no bunkers directly on the putting surface, golfers have an opportunity to score well if they can avoid any trouble off the tee and make smart decisions with their approach shots.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 3

Distance: 195 yards

Handicap: 11

Green Area:

11085

Approx Fairway Width:

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Percent Bunkers Near green:

0

Bunker Count:

1

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

1. Aim for the center or left side of the green off the tee to avoid potential trouble from the bunker on the right.

2. Consider using a driver for most golfers as it will allow them to reach the green in two shots without worrying about hazards.

3. If struggling with accuracy, opt for a long iron instead of a driver off the tee.

4. Take into account weather conditions and personal preference when choosing between a driver or long iron.

5. For approach shots, aim to land around 150-160 yards from tee box placement to have enough room between yourself and water hazards while still being able to comfortably make it onto the putting surface.

6. Be aware of nearby water hazards but focus on executing precise shots under pressure rather than letting them affect your game too much.

7. Use altitude and temperature considerations when selecting your club for approach shots as they can impact ball flight conditions.

8. With no bunkers directly on or surrounding the green, take advantage of this opportunity by making smart decisions with your approach shots.

9. Remember that Hole 6 is one of the more difficult holes on this course so stay focused and execute each shot carefully.

10 . Overall, precision and strategy are key in scoring well on this challenging par 3 hole at Aviara Golf Club.

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

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