Cherokee Town & Country Club (South) Hole by Hole - 13th Hole

Cherokee Town & Country Club (South), Georgia

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Hole 13 at Cherokee Town & Country Club (South) is a 223-yard par 3 with a handicap of 16. The green area measures 8936 square feet, and there are two bunkers located on the green that make up 2% of its total surface area. It's important to note that this hole can play differently depending on the season due to local weather conditions in Atlanta, Georgia. During spring and summer months, temperatures tend to be warmer which may cause golf balls to fly further than usual; while cooler fall and winter temperatures may have an impact on ball flight distance as well. Additionally, wind speed should be taken into consideration when playing this hole since it can affect accuracy off the tee shot as well as approach shots into the green.

For players who hit their driver approximately 217 yards, they should consider using a 7 iron or pitching wedge for their tee shot in order to avoid any potential hazards such as water or bunkers that could lead to costly strokes being added onto your scorecard for this hole. For those looking for more accuracy off the tee box, using either a 7 iron or pitching wedge will help ensure you stay out of trouble while still giving you enough club head speed so that you can reach the green with your second shot. When approaching the green from 140 yards away with either a 7 iron or pitching wedge, players must take into account possible winds and aim towards one side of the pin in order to give themselves better chances at making birdie putts once they reach the putting surface.

Teebox type: Men's

Par: 3

Distance: 223 yards

Handicap: 16

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

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Finally, when playing this hole during the warmer months of spring and summer, players should be mindful that their tee shots may travel further than usual due to the higher temperatures. Therefore, it is important to adjust club selection accordingly in order to avoid overshooting the green with your approach shot and ending up in one of the two bunkers located on either side of it.

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

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