Coronado Golf Course Hole by Hole - 15th Hole

Coronado Golf Course, California

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Hole 15 at Coronado Golf Course is a Par 3 hole of 175 yards from the championship tees, 166 yards from the men's tees and 145 yards for women. It has a handicap rating of 12 and is one of the more challenging holes on this course. The green area measures 6203 sq ft with two bunkers covering 5% of its surface. There is no water hazard to worry about here but accuracy off the tee shot will be essential in order to avoid these greenside bunkers as well as score well on this hole.

The weather conditions can vary significantly across all four seasons, so golfers should plan accordingly based on their ball flight characteristics and club selection preferences. During warm summer months, wind may affect your approach shot due to Coronado’s coastal location; while during winter months temperatures can drop drastically requiring extra layers or club adjustments due to decreased distance control. Altitude also plays an important role here since it sits near sea level reducing carry distances for long clubs like driver by up to 10%.

Given an average driving distance of 217 yards with driver, 7 iron 140 yard and pitching wedge 120 yards, we recommend using either a 7 iron or pitching wedge depending on how much you want to challenge yourself off the tee box and set up a manageable approach shot into this green complex protected by 2 bunkers covering 5% of its surface area..

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 3

Distance: 175 yards

Handicap: 12

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

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For the average golfer, the best playing tip for this hole is to play conservatively off the tee and aim for a spot in the fairway that will give you an easier approach shot. This will help you avoid any potential hazards like bunkers or deep roughs near greenside. If possible, try to land your ball on the front portion of green as it slopes from back to front and can provide more forgiving putts when hit with proper club selection. Lastly, be sure to factor in weather conditions such as wind speed and direction which could affect your strategy here.

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

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