Seminole Golf Club Hole by Hole - 7th Hole

Seminole Golf Club, Florida

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Hole 7 at Seminole Golf Club is a 432 yard par 4 with a slight dogleg right. From the championship tees, this hole has an approximate fairway width of 46 yards and plays to a 6694 sq ft green. There are 9 bunkers on the hole, 3% of which are greenside.

This hole can be difficult in any season due to its length and water hazard that runs along the right side of the fairway. In spring months, temperatures are mild but there may be more wind than usual which could affect ball flight conditions off the tee or approach shot into the green. During summer months, temperatures will be higher making it important for golfers to choose their club carefully as distance control could become an issue due to heat affecting ball flight distances. In fall months, cooler temperatures make it easier for golfers to hit longer shots but they should watch out for gusty winds that can change direction quickly and cause mis-hits off the tee or into the green if not accounted for properly when selecting clubs from both positions on this hole. Finally, winter months bring colder weather so players need to consider using one extra club when hitting their tee shot in order to avoid ending up short of where they want their approach shot from due to decreased distance caused by cold air density impacting ball flight distances negatively compared with other seasons.

For most players hitting from either Championship (432 yds) or Pro (405 yds) tees would require a driver off the tee followed by an iron depending upon how much ground was covered by your drive; those playing from Men's (365 yds) or Women's (356 yds) tees might opt for a hybrid/fairway wood instead of driver off tee given shorter overall distance required here leaving them closer proximity with second shot into green area allowing them better chance at attacking pin position aggressively while still avoiding potential hazards such as water & bunkers surrounding putting surface area itself .

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 432 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, players should be mindful of any bunkers that may come into play and take note of pin placement before deciding on their club selection. Depending upon the location of the pin, golfers could opt for a lower-lofted iron in order to keep ball flight low and avoid potential hazards such as water or sand traps while still providing enough spin & control necessary for accurate approach shot into putting surface itself. Additionally, it is important to consider wind direction/speed when selecting clubs from both tee & approach positions given this hole’s length which can be affected by changing weather conditions throughout year making accuracy off tee & into green even more critical here than other holes.

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

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