Coronado Golf Course Hole by Hole - 12th Hole

Coronado Golf Course, California

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Hole 12 at Coronado Golf Course is a challenging par 4 that plays 300 yards from the championship tees and 285 yards from the men's tees. It has a hard dogleg left, with an approximate fairway width of 29 yards. The green area measures 7523 sq ft with 2 greenside bunkers comprising 2% of the total area. This hole can be especially tricky in windy conditions due to its length and curvature. During summer months, golfers should expect higher temperatures which could cause their ball to travel further than usual off the tee. In winter months, altitude will likely play a role as well as colder temperatures which could lead to shorter drives and more difficult approaches into the green. For most players hitting from either set of tees, a driver or 3-wood off the tee followed by an iron approach shot should be enough for them to reach this green in regulation if they hit it straight down the middle of this tight fairway.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 300 yards

Handicap: 16

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Hard dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

1. Off the tee, use a driver or 3-wood to hit down the middle of this tight fairway. This will give you the best chance of reaching the green in regulation and avoiding any hazards along the way.

2. During summer months, be aware that temperatures can cause your ball to travel further than usual so adjust accordingly by selecting a club with less power off the tee if needed.

3. In windy conditions, choose a club with more loft off the tee as it will help keep your ball on target and out of trouble while also providing better control over distance and direction compared to lower-lofted clubs such as drivers or 3-woods which are more susceptible to being affected by wind gusts.

4. During winter months, altitude may play a role in how far your ball travels so consider choosing a higher lofted iron for approach shots into this green area which measures 7523 sq ft with 2 greenside bunkers comprising 2% of its total area – aiming for accuracy rather than distance is key here!

5. Utilize practice swings before each shot throughout this hole in order to get familiar with both temperature and wind conditions which could affect trajectory and distance significantly during certain times of year (i.e., summer vs winter).

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

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