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Bandon Dunes Resort (Pacific Dunes Course) Hole by Hole - 4th Hole

Bandon Dunes Resort (Pacific Dunes Course), Oregon

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Hole 4 at the Pacific Dunes Course at Bandon Dunes Resort is a par 4 of 410 yards from the Men's tees. It has a mild dogleg right with an approximate fairway width of 52 yards. The green area is 13818 sq ft and there are no greenside bunkers to contend with, so your approach should be focused on hitting it close for birdie or eagle opportunities. Local weather conditions in Bandon will vary throughout the four seasons, but you can expect moderate temperatures and occasional windy days that could affect ball flight conditions. From the tee box, you'll need to hit a driver 217 yards to reach the center of the fairway; if you're feeling confident in your game, try aiming for one of two small pot bunkers near the left side as they offer some protection against OB shots and may give you more room on your approach shot into this rather long hole. Your second shot should be about 140-150 yards depending on how far out you end up off of your drive; use either a 7 iron or hybrid club here for accuracy and distance control as any errant shots will likely result in bogey or worse due to its length.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 463 yards

Handicap: 3

Green Area:

13818

Approx Fairway Width:

52

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

0

Bunker Count:

1

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

1. Aim your drive to the left side of the fairway, as two small pot bunkers can protect against OB shots and give you more room for your approach shot.

2. Take into account wind conditions when hitting off the tee box; if it's a windy day, use less club or aim farther right to avoid getting pushed out of bounds.

3. Use a 7 iron or hybrid club for your second shot as they will provide accuracy and distance control; this is particularly important due to the length of this hole (410 yards).

4. Focus on hitting it close with your approach shot so that you have birdie or eagle opportunities on this long par 4 hole.

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

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