The Grand Golf Club Hole by Hole - 6th Hole

The Grand Golf Club, California

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Hole 6 at The Grand Golf Club in San Diego, California is a challenging par 3 with the Championship Tees measuring 172 yards and a Handicap of 17. This hole plays slightly downhill off the tee to an 8076 square foot green surrounded by two greenside bunkers which account for 3% of the total area.

The Pro, Men’s, Seniors’ and Women’s Tee boxes are all set at 153 yards while Senior Women's Tees are 100 yards from the pin. Depending on your skill level and club selection you may be looking to hit anywhere between a driver (217 yards) and pitching wedge (120 yards).

Local weather conditions can vary dramatically across each season so it is important to take into consideration how altitude, temperature and/or wind could affect ball flight conditions when playing this hole. For example during summer months temperatures tend to be higher resulting in increased carry distances for shots hit downwind but decreased carry distances for shots hit into the wind due to air density changes.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 3

Distance: 172 yards

Handicap: 17

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

Club Recommendations

The best playing tips for Hole 6 at The Grand Golf Club in San Diego, California are:

1. Take into account the weather conditions when planning your shot. If it is windy, take into consideration how this could affect ball flight and adjust your club selection accordingly.

2. Aim to hit the green with a mid-iron or hybrid club as opposed to a driver due to the downhill slope of the hole and shorter distance from tee box to pin (153 yards).

3. Avoid hitting too close to either greenside bunker as they can be difficult shots out of sand and take up 3% of total area around the green.

4. Consider using more lofted clubs such as a 9 iron or wedge if you are having trouble getting on target from further distances away from the pin (over 120 yards). This will help increase accuracy even with less power behind each shot.

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

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