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Seminole Golf Club Hole by Hole - 4th Hole

Seminole Golf Club, Florida

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Hole 4 at Seminole Golf Club is a long par 4 that plays 450 yards from the championship tees. It requires accuracy off the tee as it doglegs slightly to the left and there are 6 bunkers protecting both sides of the fairway. The green has 7707 sq ft of area and is guarded by 4% greenside bunkers, so approach shots should be precise in order to avoid any trouble. With an average driver distance of 217 yards, golfers will need two solid shots to reach this hole in regulation. Players should take into account local weather conditions when playing this hole; during summer months, warmer temperatures may cause balls to fly further than normal while colder winter temperatures can have a negative effect on ball flight distance. Wind can also play a factor here so make sure you consider how it might affect your club selection for both your tee shot and approach shot before you hit!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 450 yards

Green Area:

7707

Approx Fairway Width:

38

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

4

Bunker Count:

6

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

1. Use a club off the tee that will keep your ball in play and away from the bunkers on either side of the fairway.

2. Aim for the center of the green when hitting your approach shot to ensure you have enough room to work with if there is any wind or other weather conditions affecting ball flight distance.

3. Take into account local weather conditions such as temperature, humidity, and wind speed when selecting clubs; warmer temperatures may cause balls to fly further than normal while colder winter temperatures can have a negative effect on ball flight distance so be sure to factor this in when selecting clubs!

4. Consider using more lofted irons (such as an 8-iron) for your approach shots since they are less affected by wind than longer clubs like woods or hybrids would be, which could help you avoid those greenside bunkers!

5. Make sure you practice controlling spin rate with lower lofted irons so that you can better manage how far your ball flies after landing on the green – this could save strokes if done correctly!

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

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