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Oakmont Country Club Hole by Hole - 10th Hole

Oakmont Country Club, Pennsylvania

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Hole 10 at Oakmont Country Club is a 462-yard par 4, with an average handicap of 12. It's a slight dogleg left that requires a precise tee shot to set up the approach shot. The fairway width averages 36 yards and there are 9 bunkers total, 2% of which are located greenside.

In the warmer summer months, golfers should be aware of higher temperatures and increased winds that can affect ball flight conditions. In colder winter months, you may find yourself hitting into more headwinds and dealing with more firm turf conditions off the tee as well as around the green.

For your tee shot on this hole, you’ll want to hit something long and straight – ideally between 220-240 yards for most players depending on their club selection (driver or 3 wood). Avoiding any bunkers in play will also be key here as they can make it difficult to get close to the pin from your approach shot.

From there you'll have 140-160 yards remaining for your second shot depending on how far down the fairway you manage to get off the tee. For most players this means selecting either a 7 iron or 8 iron for their approach into this slightly elevated green surrounded by two bunkers guarding both sides of its front edge making accuracy essential here if looking for birdie opportunities!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 462 yards

Handicap: 4

Green Area:

11945

Approx Fairway Width:

36

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

2

Bunker Count:

9

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

When approaching the green, make sure to factor in any wind conditions you may be facing and adjust your club selection accordingly. It’s also important to note that this is a slightly elevated green so you will need to hit it higher than usual in order to stop the ball quickly once it lands on the putting surface. Finally, take into account how firm or soft the turf conditions are around the green as they can affect how much spin your ball has when landing on them.

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

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