Landings Club, The (Deer Creek) Hole by Hole - 9th Hole

Landings Club, The (Deer Creek), Georgia

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The 9th hole at Landings Club, The (Deer Creek) is a strategic par-4 that requires precision off the tee to avoid the slight dogleg left. With fairway width of only 46 yards and no bunkers on the green, players should aim for accuracy over distance in order to set up a manageable approach shot into the large green. Wind conditions may play a factor in club selection, but overall this hole rewards smart course management and precise execution.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 449 yards

Handicap: 4

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Has Water:



Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

For a low handicapper, the 449 yard distance from the Championship tee may seem like an opportunity to unleash a powerful drive. However, with only 46 yards of fairway width and no bunkers on the green, accuracy off the tee is crucial for setting up a manageable approach shot into this large green. The slight dogleg left adds another layer of strategy, requiring players to think carefully about club selection and placement in order to avoid trouble on either side of the fairway. Wind conditions can also play a factor here, so it's important for players to consider all factors before teeing off.

Mid-handicappers should focus on finding consistency rather than trying to overpower this hole. With distances ranging from 415 yards at the Pro tee box to 343 yards at the Seniors' tee box, there is room for error but not much margin for it. Players should aim for accuracy over distance and take advantage of any available course knowledge or local tips when making their approach shots into this large green.

High handicappers should prioritize avoiding mistakes on this hole. With distances starting at 378 yards from the Men's tee box and going down to just 308 yards from Women's tees, there are plenty of opportunities for errant shots that could lead to big numbers on their scorecard. Focus on staying in play off the tee and playing smart golf around the slight dogleg left in order set up a good chance at par or better.

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

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