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Cypress Point Club Hole by Hole - 13th Hole

Cypress Point Club, California

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Hole 13 at the Cypress Point Club is a slight dogleg right par 4 that plays 365 yards from the Pro tees, 343 yards from the Men’s tees, and 285 yards from the Women’s tees. With a handicap of 14, this hole is considered to be one of moderate difficulty for all levels of golfers. The fairway width on Hole 13 is approximately 47 yards wide with a slight curve to the right towards an 8076 square foot green guarded by 6 bunkers; 12% of which are greenside. Depending on your skill level and club selection off the tee, you may want to consider going left off the tee in order to avoid any potential trouble down the right side as well as give yourself a better angle into this large green. Local weather conditions will have an impact on ball flight here; altitude and wind can both play significant roles in determining how far your shots will travel during each season. A driver around 217 yards or 7 iron around 140 yards should provide ample distance depending on local weather conditions while pitching wedge should get you close enough for birdie opportunities if you hit it straight!

Teebox type: Pro

Par: 4

Distance: 365 yards

Handicap: 14

Green Area:

8076

Approx Fairway Width:

47

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

12

Bunker Count:

6

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

Playing Tips:

1. Use a driver off the tee if you are an advanced golfer and have the distance to reach 217 yards, otherwise use a 7 iron for 140 yards.

2. Consider aiming left off the tee in order to avoid any potential trouble down the right side and give yourself a better angle into this large green.

3. Take note of local weather conditions such as altitude and wind which can affect ball flight distances during each season.

4. If you hit it straight with your approach shot, you should be close enough for birdie opportunities with a pitching wedge!

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

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