Bradenton Country Club Hole by Hole - 4th Hole

Bradenton Country Club, Florida

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Hole 4 at Bradenton Country Club is a challenging par 4, with a length of 420 yards from the Championship tees. The hole has a slight dogleg left and features three bunkers strategically placed throughout the fairway.

The tee shot on this hole requires precision and distance control. With an average drive of 217 yards, it is recommended to use a driver off the tee. However, be mindful of the slight dogleg as hitting too far left could result in being blocked by trees for your approach shot.

As you make your way down the fairway, keep in mind that there is water on both sides of the fairway which could come into play if you are not careful with your shots. The green area measures at 7124 sq ft and has only one greenside bunker making up just 1% of total bunkers on this hole.

For your approach shot, depending on wind conditions and altitude (which can vary throughout different seasons), using either a long iron or hybrid club would be ideal to reach the green in regulation. For example, during hot summer months when temperatures are higher and ball flight tends to increase due to less air resistance, using a shorter club like an 8 iron may also work well for some golfers.

It's important to note that Hole #4 has been designated as handicap number five which means it may prove difficult for some players based upon their skill level. Therefore playing smart shots off each tee box will help avoid any potential trouble areas such as hazards or out-of-bounds markers.

Overall strategy: Use driver off tee; aim slightly right center; take advantage of favorable weather conditions; use longer clubs for approach shots; avoid hazards around green complex.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 420 yards

Handicap: 5

Green Area:


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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

1. Use a driver off the tee for maximum distance, but aim slightly right center to avoid being blocked by trees on the left side of the fairway.

2. Pay attention to weather conditions and take advantage of favorable conditions, such as hot summer months with less air resistance, to use shorter clubs like an 8 iron for approach shots.

3. Consider using a long iron or hybrid club for your approach shot to reach the green in regulation.

4. Be careful with your shots and avoid hazards on both sides of the fairway and around the green complex.

5. Keep in mind that this hole is designated as handicap number five, so playing smart shots off each tee box can help avoid potential trouble areas.

6. Practice precision and distance control during your tee shot to set yourself up for success on this challenging par 4 hole at Bradenton Country Club.

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

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