Bandon Dunes Resort (Pacific Dunes Course) Hole by Hole - 9th Hole

Bandon Dunes Resort (Pacific Dunes Course), Oregon

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Hole 9 at the Pacific Dunes Course of Bandon Dunes Resort is a par 4 that measures between 268 and 406 yards from the respective tees. The hole has a slight dogleg right, with an approximate fairway width of 99 yards. There are no water hazards or bunkers on this hole, but greenside bunkers make up 0% of the total area.

In terms of club selection, golfers playing from the Championship tee should hit driver for their tee shot in order to maximize distance off the tee; while those playing from Pro, Men's and Women's tees will likely want to use a mid-iron such as a 7 iron (~140 yards) or 8 iron (~130 yards). For approach shots into this green it is best to factor in local weather conditions across all four seasons: In summer temperatures tend to be moderate with light winds; whereas winter temperatures can dip low with strong gusts making ball flight control more difficult. Spring brings rain and windy conditions which may affect ball trajectory; while autumn often sees warm days and calm winds – perfect for getting close to pin placements!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 406 yards

Handicap: 15

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

Given the slight dogleg right, golfers should aim to hit their tee shot slightly left of center in order to maximize distance and avoid the trees on the right side. This will also leave a shorter approach into the green. To avoid greenside bunkers, players should aim for the middle-right section of this wide fairway; as this will provide an ideal angle from which to attack pin placements located near either side of the green. Finally, it is important that golfers factor in wind conditions when hitting their approach shots – aiming further away from pin placements when winds are strong can help mitigate any potential errors caused by unpredictable gusts!

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

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