The Grand Golf Club Hole by Hole - 4th Hole

The Grand Golf Club, California

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Hole 4 at The Grand Golf Club is a slightly dogleg left par 4 that plays from 480 yards from the championship tees. From the Pro, Men's, Senior's and Women's tees, it measures 448 yards, 412 yards, 412 yards and 378 yards respectively. With an average fairway width of 39 yards and four bunkers in total (with 1% on the green), this hole requires accuracy off the tee to set up your approach shot into a large 10103 sq ft green. Depending on which tee box you are playing from will determine what club you should hit off the tee; for example if playing from Championship Tee Box use your driver while if playing from Senior Women’s Tee Box use a 3-wood or hybrid.

The local weather conditions can have an impact on how far your ball flies so be sure to factor that in when selecting what club to hit off the tee. In summer months with higher temperatures expect more roll out than normal due to less air resistance whereas during colder winter months there may be more wind coming down from nearby mountains which could affect ball flight direction as well as distance traveled after hitting each shot.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 480 yards

Handicap: 15

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

When hitting your approach shot, look to land the ball just short of the green and let it roll up on to the putting surface. This will help you avoid any deep bunkers that may be located in front or around the green as well as give you a better chance at making birdie or par. If you find yourself in one of those four bunkers surrounding the green, try to hit a low flop shot with plenty of spin so that it stops quickly once it lands on the green.

Finally, when putting make sure to read each putt carefully by looking for subtle breaks and undulations in order to get an accurate estimation of how your ball will react after striking it. Also, don’t forget about wind direction which can have an effect on how much break is necessary for certain putts.

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

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