Cypress Point Club Hole by Hole - 18th Hole

Cypress Point Club, California

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Hole 18 at Cypress Point Club in Pebble Beach, California 93953 is a par 4 with three tee boxes - Pro (346 yards), Men's (329 yards) and Women's (296 yards). The hole has a slight dogleg right with the fairway width of 32 yards. There are two bunkers on the green, representing approximately 4% of total area. This makes for an interesting approach to the green as it requires accuracy off the tee and proper club selection depending on where you land in relation to the bunkers.

The local weather conditions can affect your strategy when playing Hole 18 at Cypress Point Club. In springtime, temperatures may be cool and breezy which could cause golf balls to travel shorter distances than usual due to wind resistance, so club selection should take this into account. In summer months, higher altitudes mean that golf balls will fly further due to lower air pressure so longer clubs may be more suitable for your tee shot or approach shot. As autumn approaches temperatures drop again meaning that ball flight distances become shorter once more requiring careful consideration when selecting clubs for each shot. Finally during winter months cold temperatures can cause golf balls to travel even further than normal making mid-iron shots particularly challenging if you find yourself too far away from the pin after your drive or approach shot.

Given these conditions we recommend using a driver off the Pro Tee box (~217 yard carry) followed by either a 7 iron (~140 yard carry) or pitching wedge (~120 yard carry) from Men’s/Women’s tees respectively depending on how close you are able get off your drive allowing you make use of any slopes around greenside bunkers in order reach optimum scoring position while avoiding them altogether if possible

Teebox type: Pro

Par: 4

Distance: 346 yards

Handicap: 12

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

When playing this hole, accuracy off the tee is key. Aim for a spot in the fairway that gives you the best angle to approach the green and avoid bunkers as much as possible. Make sure to select a club that will give you enough distance while taking into consideration any wind or altitude conditions. Finally, when approaching the green be aware of slopes around greenside bunkers which can help you get closer to your target if used correctly but can also cause your ball to roll away from it if not managed properly.

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

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