Spyglass Hill Golf Course Hole by Hole - 14th Hole

Spyglass Hill Golf Course, California

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Hole 14 at Spyglass Hill Golf Course is a challenging par 5, with a distance of 560 yards from the championship tees. The hole has a handicap rating of 6, making it one of the more difficult holes on the course. This hole features a slight dogleg to the right and has water hazards that come into play for both the tee shot and approach.

The average golfer should aim to hit their driver around 217 yards off the tee in order to set themselves up for success on this long hole. With an approximate fairway width of only 34 yards, accuracy off the tee is crucial in avoiding trouble. The green area measures at 8014 square feet, providing ample space for players to land their approach shots.

When approaching this hole, golfers should keep in mind that there are three bunkers strategically placed throughout the fairway and near the green. However, they only make up about 1% of total bunker coverage on this hole. Therefore, while bunkers may not be as much of a concern compared to other holes on this course, they still require careful consideration when planning your shots.

Weather conditions can also impact gameplay on Hole 14 at Spyglass Hill Golf Course. Located in Pebble Beach, California with an altitude of approximately sea level and temperatures ranging from mild winters (50-60°F) to warm summers (70-80°F), golfers may experience varying wind speeds depending on which season they are playing in.

For an average golfer hitting distances such as ~140 yards with their seven iron or ~120 yards with their pitching wedge, it's important to take into account any potential wind factors when selecting clubs for approach shots. Overall,this par five offers challenges that will test even skilled players' abilities but also provides opportunities for strategic play if approached carefully.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 5

Distance: 560 yards

Handicap: 6

Green Area:


Approx Fairway Width:


Has Water:



Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:


Bunker Count:



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

Club Recommendations

1. Aim for accuracy off the tee: With a narrow fairway and water hazards in play, it's important to focus on hitting your driver accurately rather than trying to hit it as far as possible.

2. Take note of wind conditions: The location and altitude of this course can lead to varying wind speeds, so be sure to take that into account when selecting clubs for approach shots.

3. Consider laying up: For average golfers who may not have the distance to reach the green in two shots, consider laying up with a shorter club to avoid trouble and set yourself up for an easier approach shot.

4. Avoid bunkers strategically placed throughout the hole: While they only make up 1% of total bunker coverage on this hole, they are still something to keep in mind when planning your shots.

5. Plan your approach shot carefully: With a large green area, there is room for error but also plenty of opportunities for strategic play. Take into account any potential hazards or obstacles near the green before making your approach shot.

6. Keep track of handicap rating: As one of the more difficult holes on the course with a handicap rating of 6, don't get discouraged if you struggle here - even skilled players find this hole challenging!

7. Stay focused until the end: This long par five requires concentration until you sink that final putt - don't let fatigue or frustration affect your gameplay on this demanding hole.

8. Practice patience and smart decision-making: Don't try risky shots just because you want to make up ground quickly - instead practice patience and make smart decisions based on your skill level and current conditions.

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

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