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The Grand Golf Club Hole by Hole - 2nd Hole

The Grand Golf Club, California

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Hole 2 at The Grand Golf Club is a par 4, measuring 445 yards from the Pro tees, 430 yards from the Men's and Seniors' tees, 394 yards from the Women's tee and 337 yards from the Senior Women's tee. This hole features a slight dogleg left with 35-yard wide fairways that lead to a 7861 sq ft green. Greenside bunkers make up 1% of total bunker count on this hole.

The moderate length of this hole should give golfers an opportunity to hit their driver off the tee for those looking for added distance; however, it may be wise to use more conservative club selection in order to stay away from four strategically placed bunkers along the way. As temperature and altitude can vary significantly throughout all four seasons here in San Diego, California 92130 - golfers should consider how wind direction and speed may affect ball flight when choosing clubs off both the tee as well as when approaching this large green complex. For example: if playing during cooler months or into a headwind – using your 7 iron instead of your driver could help you keep your ball out of trouble while still giving you enough yardage to reach this long par 4’s putting surface in regulation.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 462 yards

Handicap: 5

Green Area:

7861

Approx Fairway Width:

35

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

1

Bunker Count:

4

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

Once on the green, golfers should be aware that this 7861 sq ft putting surface is slightly elevated and surrounded by two small bunkers. It’s important to read the greens carefully as subtle breaks can influence your line of putt. Additionally, because of the size of this green – players will need to take extra care when selecting their pin placement in order to ensure they are attacking from a good angle while avoiding any deep swales or false fronts which could lead to three-putts.

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

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