Pebble Beach Golf Links Hole by Hole - 11th Hole

Pebble Beach Golf Links, California

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Hole 11, a 373-yard par 4 at Pebble Beach, presents a slight dogleg right with a fairway width of 51 yards. The hole is lined with 5 bunkers, 5% of which are greenside, and a green area of 4145 square feet. Its coastal location near Monterey Bay makes it susceptible to windy conditions, impacting ball flight. Golfers should adjust their tee and approach shots seasonally, with a focus on distance control and strategic placement around the green.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 373 yards

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

High Handicapper: High handicappers should consider using a 3-wood or hybrid off the tee for better control, especially in windy or colder conditions. The aim should be to land safely on the fairway, avoiding the dogleg right's trouble spots. For the approach, a mid-iron shot aimed at the center of the green is advisable, considering the green's size and the surrounding bunkers. In difficult situations, a putter or chip shot from off the green can help salvage par.

Medium Handicapper: Medium handicappers might opt for a driver off the tee during warmer, humid months for additional distance. In colder months, a 3-wood or hybrid can provide better control. The approach shot, likely with a 7-iron to a pitching wedge, should focus on distance control and positioning. Aim for conservative spots on the green unless confident in targeting closer to the pin, always mindful of the bunkers.

Low Handicapper: Low handicappers can utilize a driver to maximize distance off the tee, but must carefully navigate the dogleg and bunkers. The approach shot, potentially with a short to mid-iron, should be precise, taking advantage of the green size but mindful of bunker locations. Aggressive pin seeking can be attempted, but with cautious optimism, especially under windy conditions.

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

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