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La Costa Resort and Spa (South course) Hole by Hole - 15th Hole

La Costa Resort and Spa (South course), California

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Hole 15 at La Costa Resort and Spa (South course) is a 384 yard, par 4 with a hard dogleg left. From the championship tees, players will need to hit their tee shot around 290 yards in order to clear the corner of the dogleg. The fairway width is relatively narrow at 29 yards wide so accuracy off the tee is key for success on this hole. As you approach the green, be aware that there are 7 greenside bunkers which account for 6% of total area of the green complex - making it important to have an accurate second shot into this well-bunkered green.

In terms of weather conditions, golfers should expect warm temperatures during summer months with potential wind gusts coming off nearby mountains that could affect shots over 300 yards; while winter brings cooler temperatures and calmer winds but can also bring rain or foggy days that may impact visibility and ball flight distance.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 384 yards

Green Area:

3777

Approx Fairway Width:

29

Has Water:

True

Curvature:

Hard dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

6

Bunker Count:

7

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

1. Off the tee, aim to hit your drive around 290 yards in order to clear the corner of the dogleg and stay on a 29 yard wide fairway. Accuracy is key here!

2. Be mindful of wind conditions when hitting off the tee; strong gusts can affect shots over 300 yards so factor this into your strategy and club selection.

3. As you approach the green, be aware that there are 7 greenside bunkers which account for 6% of total area of the green complex - making it important to have an accurate second shot into this well-bunkered green.

4. When putting, take into consideration weather conditions such as rain or foggy days that may impact visibility and ball flight distance when selecting a putter and reading breaks on the green surface

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

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