Cypress Point Club Hole by Hole - 9th Hole

Cypress Point Club, California

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Hole 9 at the Cypress Point Club is a 292-yard par 4 from the Pro tees. It is slightly doglegged left, with an approximate fairway width of 30 yards and no water hazards or greenside bunkers. The green area measures 6264 square feet and has a handicap rating of 13.

This hole presents golfers with a challenging tee shot due to its length and slight dogleg left. Depending on wind conditions, playing into the prevailing wind will require a longer club such as driver for most golfers, while playing downwind may allow you to use a 3 wood or hybrid off the tee. As this hole plays downhill, it can be beneficial to hit your tee shot slightly shorter in order to avoid going too far past the turn point of the dogleg which could leave you blocked out by trees if you come up short on your approach shot.

The approach shot requires accuracy more so than distance as there are no greenside bunkers protecting this green complex; however, missing long could leave you in deep rough or even worse - out of bounds! With temperatures varying across all four seasons here at Pebble Beach (especially during summer months), it is important to factor in how altitude and/or wind may affect ball flight when selecting clubs for both your tee shots and approaches shots accordingly – especially considering that most golfers hit their 7 iron 140 yards and pitching wedge 120 yards respectively.

Teebox type: Pro

Par: 4

Distance: 292 yards

Handicap: 13

Green Area:


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Has Water:



Slight dogleg

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Bunker Count:



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

Club Recommendations

Finally, the green complex measures 6264 square feet and has a handicap rating of 13 – meaning that it is slightly above average in terms of difficulty. Generally speaking, missing shots on this green should be done so to the sides as opposed to long or short which can leave you with difficult up-and-down scenarios.

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

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