Golf Club of Houston (Member Course) Hole by Hole - 11th Hole

Golf Club of Houston (Member Course), Texas

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Hole 11 at the Golf Club of Houston is a slight dogleg left that plays 427 yards from the championship tees, 413 yards from the pro tees, 380 yards from men's tees, 350 yards for both women and senior's tees and 310 yards for senior women's tee. The fairway width is 34 yards with a 7093 sq ft green area. There are two bunkers on this hole which make up 2% of total green area. This hole has an assigned handicap of 10 regardless of which tee box you choose to play off.

In terms of club selection for your tee shot, if you're playing off the championship or pro tees it would be best to hit driver here as this will give you enough distance to clear any potential obstacles in front while still leaving yourself with an approach shot into the green within reachable range. If you're playing off one of the other tee boxes then hitting 3 wood should provide sufficient distance without overshooting your target too much.

As far as approach shots go, depending on your skill level and comfortability with certain clubs it would be wise to select either a 6 iron or 7 iron depending on how close you were able to get with your drive. As always though its important to factor in local weather conditions such as altitude, temperature and wind when selecting what club to use so that ball flight can be optimized accordingly throughout all four seasons in order ensure accuracy upon landing onto the green surface itself.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 427 yards

Handicap: 10

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Slight dogleg

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

Club Recommendations

When approaching the green, be sure to take note of the two bunkers that are present as they can come into play if you're not careful. If your ball is on the left side of the fairway, it would be best to aim for a spot slightly right of center on the green in order to avoid any potential hazards. This will also allow for more margin for error and help you stay away from those pesky sand traps! Finally, keep an eye out for any undulations or breaks around the putting surface so that you can plan your putt accordingly.

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

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