Seminole Golf Club Hole by Hole - 18th Hole

Seminole Golf Club, Florida

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The 18th hole at Seminole Golf Club is a par 4 that stretches 417 yards from the Championship tees, 398 yards from the Pro tees, 369 yards from the Men's tees and 340 yards from the Women's tees. The fairway curves slightly to the left with an average width of 41 yards. Although there are 11 bunkers on this hole, only 5% of them are located around the green area which measures 7462 square feet.

When playing this hole in summer months, golfers should keep in mind that temperatures can be quite high and windy conditions may cause their ball to travel further than expected. In winter months however, cold weather could lead to shorter distances for tee shots and approaches due to lower air density. Depending on where you're hitting your shot off the tee box, golfers will need to adjust accordingly by either using more club or less club depending on how much wind they encounter during their round.

For longer hitters off of all four tee boxes it would be best to hit a driver down towards the slight dogleg left as long as you avoid any bunkers along your way. From there golfers should have an approach into a large green but still use caution when choosing their clubs since greenside bunkers come into play if you’re not careful with your distance control. Shorter hitters might want to consider using a 3-wood or hybrid off of all four tee boxes in order get closer towards pin position while avoiding potential hazards like water or sand traps along their way in order improve scoring opportunities for themselves over time..

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 417 yards

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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 approaching the green, golfers should keep in mind that this is a large green so they can afford to be more aggressive with their shots. However, if you find yourself on the wrong side of the pin position then it might be best to lay up and hit a wedge shot into the green instead of trying for an overly ambitious approach. Finally, avoid over-clubbing when putting as there are subtle breaks throughout this green which could lead to three putts or worse if not taken into consideration.

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

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