Oregon Golf Club, The Hole by Hole - 18th Hole

Oregon Golf Club, The, Oregon

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Hole 18 at Oregon Golf Club is a challenging par 4 that requires both accuracy and distance off the tee. From the Championship tees, this hole measures in at an intimidating 449 yards, making it one of the longest on the course. The slight dogleg right adds to the difficulty as players must navigate around trees and strategically placed bunkers to reach the green.

The key to success on this hole is a well-placed drive that avoids both water and bunkers. With an average driving distance of 217 yards, our golfer should aim for a spot about 230-240 yards out from the tee box, leaving them with a manageable approach shot.

Speaking of approach shots, this green has plenty of room with its generous size of 7769 square feet. However, precision is still required as there is only one bunker guarding it - greenside bunkers make up just 1% of total bunkers on this hole. Our golfer can expect their pitching wedge (120 yards) or possibly even their sand wedge (around 100-110 yards) to be suitable clubs for their second shot.

As far as weather conditions go, Oregon Golf Club experiences mild temperatures throughout most seasons but can get quite hot during summer months. The altitude here isn't too significant but could affect ball flight slightly depending on wind speeds which tend to pick up in spring and fall.

Overall, Hole 18 at Oregon Golf Club offers a great challenge for all golfers regardless of skill level. With proper strategy and execution off the tee and onto the green, players will have no problem conquering this tough par four.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 449 yards

Handicap: 2

Green Area:


Approx Fairway Width:


Has Water:



Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:


Bunker Count:



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

Club Recommendations

1. Focus on accuracy over distance off the tee to avoid water and bunkers.

2. Aim for a spot about 230-240 yards out from the tee box for a manageable approach shot.

3. Take into account wind speeds and potential ball flight changes when choosing clubs for approach shots.

4. Use pitching wedge (120 yards) or sand wedge (100-110 yards) as suitable clubs for second shot onto green.

5. Keep in mind that greenside bunkers only make up 1% of total bunkers on this hole, so precision is key when approaching the green.

6. Pay attention to weather conditions, especially during hot summer months, which could affect play and club selection.

7. Remember that this hole offers a great challenge regardless of skill level, so stay focused and execute each shot with strategy in mind.

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

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