National Golf Links of America Hole by Hole - 14th Hole

National Golf Links of America, New York

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Hole 14 at the National Golf Links of America is a challenging par 4 that plays 365 yards from the Pro tees and 336 yards from the Men's tees. It is a hard dogleg right with an approximate fairway width of 42 yards, two bunkers, and 6% greenside bunkers as a percentage of total. The green area measures 20881 square feet in size.

In terms of club selection for your tee shot, you should aim to hit driver to get around the corner off this tight dogleg right hole. However, be sure to factor in potential weather conditions across all four seasons when choosing your club: during winter months you may need more club due to colder temperatures which can reduce ball flight distance; summer months are typically warmer so you may want less club due to increased ball flight distances; windy days require careful consideration as well since it can affect both direction and distance significantly.

For your approach shot into this large green with plenty of undulation, depending on pin placement you will likely need anywhere between 7 iron (140 yard carry) up through pitching wedge (120 yard carry). Be mindful though that there are two bunkers located near each side of the green so make sure not to miss left or right too far!

Teebox type: Pro

Par: 4

Distance: 365 yards

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Hard dogleg

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

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When putting, be sure to read the break of the green carefully. This is a large green so there will likely be multiple levels of undulation that can affect your putt line and speed. Pay attention to any subtle breaks or slopes that may not be visible at first glance as these can make a huge difference in how you attack this hole. Finally, remember that 6% of the total area around the green are bunkers so avoid going too long with your approach shot!

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

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