Coronado Golf Course Hole by Hole - 5th Hole

Coronado Golf Course, California

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Hole 5 at Coronado Golf Course is a 163-yard, par 3 from the championship tee. From the men’s and women’s tees it plays 136 yards and 133 yards respectively. The hole has two bunkers with 6% of them located greenside. The green is 7800 square feet in size, so there will be ample room to land your approach shot if you can manage to avoid the bunkers that guard the front of this hole.

The local weather conditions across all four seasons should be taken into account when playing this hole as they have an impact on how far your ball travels through each season. In general, altitude, temperature and wind can affect ball flight performance significantly during any time of year. For example, during summer months temperatures may cause golf balls to fly farther than expected due to increased air density while colder winter temperatures may reduce total distance travelled by golf balls depending on their construction materials or type of coverings used for additional spin control or accuracy benefits .

Given an average drive length of 217 yards off the tee box for our golfer we would recommend a 7 iron (140 yard carry) or pitching wedge (120 yard carry) for their approach shot into Hole 5 at Coronado Golf Course depending on wind direction and strength as well as pin placement location relative to bunker locations around green area perimeter edges.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 3

Distance: 163 yards

Handicap: 17

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

Club Recommendations

When playing Hole 5 at Coronado Golf Course, the average golfer should take into account the local weather conditions and their own drive length to determine which club is best suited for their approach shot. When selecting a club, consider factors such as wind direction and strength, pin placement location relative to bunker locations around green area perimeter edges, altitude and temperature in order to optimize ball flight performance. Lastly, aim for center of green with your approach shots since it has ample room (7800 square feet) with two bunkers located greenside.

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

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