Woodholme Country Club Hole by Hole - 18th Hole

Woodholme Country Club, Maryland

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Hole 18 at Woodholme Country Club is a challenging 5-par that plays 458 yards from the Pro tees, 453 yards from the Men's tees, and 366 yards from the Women's tees. The slight dogleg left requires a precise tee shot to set up for your approach. With an approximate fairway width of 41 yards, accuracy off the tee is essential in order to avoid any of the five bunkers that line this hole. There are no water hazards on this hole but greenside bunkers account for 1% of total area so missing your approach slightly right or left could lead to trouble.

When playing Hole 18 in cooler temperatures during spring and fall months, golfers should expect their ball flight to carry farther than normal due to less dense air which can be beneficial when aiming down this long par 5. Conversely, high altitudes and warmer temperatures during summer months will cause golf balls to travel shorter distances with more spin making it important for players to select clubs accordingly.

For longer hitters looking at attacking this hole in two shots (Pro & Men’s Tees), selecting driver followed by 7 iron should get you close enough for birdie chances while mid-level players (Women’s Tee) may opt for hybrid/fairway wood off the tee followed by pitching wedge into green depending on remaining distance after drive.

Teebox type: Pro

Par: 5

Distance: 458 yards

Handicap: 14

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

Off the tee, golfers should focus on accuracy over distance. Aiming for the left side of the fairway will open up a better view of the green while avoiding bunkers and leaving shorter approach shots. The five bunkers that line this hole can be intimidating but they are all relatively shallow so if you find yourself in one don’t panic as there is still an opportunity to get up and down for par or better.

Finally, when approaching the green from long range it is important to take into account any wind direction/speed changes which could affect your ball flight significantly. With greenside bunkers accounting for 1% of total area, playing short-sided shots with high spin rates may not be ideal so avoid getting too aggressive with your approach shot unless you have a good feel for how far your ball will travel given current conditions.

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

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