TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' Hole by Hole - 2nd Hole

TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course', Texas

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Hole 2 at TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' is a challenging par 3 with a distance of 221 yards from the championship tees. With a handicap of 15, this hole requires precision and strategy to score well.

The tee shot on this hole will require a driver for most golfers, as it plays long and uphill. The average golfer should aim to hit their drive around 217 yards in order to set up an ideal approach shot. As temperatures can get hot in Irving, Texas during the summer months, the ball may fly slightly farther than usual due to decreased air density.

Once on the green, golfers will face three greenside bunkers that make up only 6% of the total area. While not overly abundant, these bunkers are strategically placed and can cause trouble for any errant shots towards the green. It is important for golfers to take note of wind conditions before approaching their shot onto the green as strong winds can easily carry shots into these bunkers.

For approach shots onto this large green (8291 sq ft), using a pitching wedge or possibly even a short iron would be recommended for most golfers based on their average distances listed above. However, depending on weather conditions such as high altitude or strong headwinds, some players may need to use longer clubs in order to reach this lengthy par 3.

Overall, Hole 2 at TPC Las Colinas is a challenging but fair test of skill and strategy for all levels of golfers. Paying attention to wind conditions and club selection will be crucial when attempting to score well on this demanding par 3 hole.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 3

Distance: 221 yards

Handicap: 15

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

Club Recommendations

1. Use a driver off the tee to ensure enough distance for an ideal approach shot.

2. Aim for a drive of around 217 yards, taking into account potential increased distance due to hot temperatures.

3. Take note of wind conditions before approaching the green to avoid being caught in strategically placed greenside bunkers.

4. Consider using a pitching wedge or short iron for approach shots onto the large green, but be prepared to adjust club selection based on weather conditions and individual average distances.

5. Pay attention to pin placement on this lengthy par 3 hole and aim for the center of the green if unsure about reaching with your selected club.

6. Keep in mind that precision is key on this challenging hole, so focus on accuracy rather than trying to hit long shots onto the green from difficult positions.

7. Practice hitting out of greenside bunkers beforehand in case you do end up in one during your round - knowing how far your ball will travel out of sand can help prevent getting stuck there longer than necessary.

8. Trust your caddy's advice when it comes to selecting clubs and making strategic decisions throughout this demanding par 3 hole at TPC Las Colinas.

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

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