Pine Valley Golf Club Hole by Hole - 4th Hole

Pine Valley Golf Club, New Jersey

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The fourth hole at Pine Valley Golf Club is a 444 yard par 5 from the championship tees, and 433 yards from the men's tees. It plays as a slight dogleg right with an approx fairway width of 61 yards. The green has 16552 sq ft of area, and 1% greenside bunkers.

In the summer months, golfers may experience warm temperatures in Clementon , New Jersey 08021 that can cause their ball to fly further than normal due to lower air density associated with higher altitudes. In winter months, cold temperatures can affect club selection due to increased air resistance making it harder for your ball to travel as far as usual. Wind conditions should also be taken into account when selecting clubs off the tee or on approach shots; strong winds could drastically alter your shot trajectory or distance traveled depending on its direction relative to you and the hole.

For this hole, players should consider hitting driver off the tee if they are confident in their accuracy; otherwise an iron might be more suitable given its length and slight dogleg shape which require precision off of each shot. A 7-iron would likely provide enough distance for most players (140 yards) while still allowing them time to adjust for wind direction or any miscalculations made during their tee shot. When approaching the green, a pitching wedge (~120 yards) will give you plenty of control over spin rate so you can land your ball safely onto this large green without fear of running through it due to too much power behind your swing!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 5

Distance: 444 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

Finally, it is important to note that this hole has 1% greenside bunkers. Try to avoid hitting your approach shot too close to the green as you may find yourself in one of these bunkers and be forced into a difficult up-and-down situation.

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

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