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Oregon Golf Club, The Hole by Hole - 11th Hole

Oregon Golf Club, The, Oregon

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Hole 11 at Oregon Golf Club, The is a challenging par 4 that measures 400 yards from the championship tees. With a handicap of 8, this hole presents a moderate difficulty for even the most skilled golfers. The tee shot on this hole requires accuracy and precision as it features a slight dogleg right with only about 35 yards of fairway width to work with.

The green area on Hole 11 is relatively small, measuring just over 6200 square feet. However, there are only three bunkers on this hole and they make up less than one percent of the total greenside bunker coverage. This means that while avoiding these bunkers should be a priority, they do not pose too much of a threat to your approach shot.

When considering club selection for both the tee shot and approach, keep in mind that Oregon Golf Club sits at an elevation of approximately 200 feet above sea level. This may have an impact on ball flight distance and trajectory compared to courses at lower elevations.

In terms of weather conditions, players can expect mild temperatures throughout most seasons with occasional rain showers in the spring and fall months. Summer brings warmer temperatures but also some windy days due to its location near the Columbia River Gorge.

For average golfers who hit their driver around 217 yards off the tee, using something like a long iron or hybrid may be wise here as trying to reach the green in one could result in trouble if you miss your target line by just a few yards. For your approach shot into this small green complex which slopes slightly left-to-right towards water hazards along its perimeter (although none actually cross onto play), consider using either your pitching wedge or short iron depending upon how far away you find yourself after hitting off-the-tee.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 400 yards

Handicap: 8

Green Area:

6203

Approx Fairway Width:

35

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

1

Bunker Count:

3

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

1. Accuracy and precision are key off the tee on Hole 11 at Oregon Golf Club. With a narrow fairway of only 35 yards, it is important to focus on hitting your target line.

2. Consider using a long iron or hybrid instead of your driver for the tee shot if you typically hit around 217 yards with your driver. This will help avoid trouble if you miss your target by just a few yards.

3. Keep in mind that the course sits at an elevation of approximately 200 feet above sea level, so adjust your club selection accordingly for potential changes in ball flight distance and trajectory.

4. When approaching the green, be aware that there are three bunkers but they do not pose too much of a threat. However, avoiding them should still be a priority.

5. The green slopes slightly left-to-right towards water hazards along its perimeter, so consider using either your pitching wedge or short iron depending on how far away you find yourself after hitting off-the-tee.

6. Take note of weather conditions as mild temperatures are typical throughout most seasons with occasional rain showers in spring and fall months, while summer brings warmer temperatures and potentially windy days due to its location near the Columbia River Gorge.

7. As this hole has a moderate difficulty rating even for skilled golfers with an handicap of 8, don't get discouraged if it proves challenging - stay focused and stick to these tips to improve scoring chances on Hole 11 at Oregon Golf Club!

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

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