Shinnecock Hills Golf Club Hole by Hole - 10th Hole

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, New York

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Hole 10 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club is a 412-yard par 4 from the championship tees. It's a slight dogleg right, with an approximate fairway width of 49 yards. The green area measures 11,300 square feet and has one percent greenside bunkers as a percentage of total. This hole is rated 12 on the handicap index, making it slightly more difficult than average for this course.

In terms of club selection off the tee, players should consider aiming for the left side of the fairway to avoid any bunkers that may be in play on their approach shot into the green. A player who hits their driver 217 yards could reach up to 250 yards if they hit downwind or downhill - so keep an eye out for those conditions when playing this hole during different seasons! For approach shots into this large green area, golfers should aim for accuracy over distance due to windy conditions that can affect ball flight here in Southhampton throughout all four seasons – especially during autumn and spring months when temperatures are milder and winds tend to be higher than usual. Players hitting 7 iron 140 yards will have plenty of room on either side of them going into this green complex; however pitching wedge 120 yard golfers might want to stay away from any nearby hazards such as bunkers or water just off the putting surface before taking their shot.

Teebox type: Pro

Par: 4

Distance: 412 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

Overall, the best playing tips for Hole 10 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club is to aim left off the tee and use club selection based on wind conditions when hitting approach shots into this large green area. Aiming for accuracy over distance will help golfers avoid any nearby hazards while still getting close enough to make a putt for par or birdie.

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

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