TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' Hole by Hole - 3rd Hole

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

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Hole 3 at TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' is a challenging par 4 that requires precision and strategy. From the championship tees, this hole measures 528 yards and has a handicap of 1, making it one of the most difficult holes on the course. The green area is spacious at approximately 10993 sq ft, but with only four bunkers scattered throughout the hole, golfers must be careful to avoid them.

The tee shot on this hole will require a driver for most players, as it plays around 217 yards in distance. However, due to the slight dogleg right shape of the fairway and potential wind conditions, accuracy is key. A well-placed drive can set up an ideal approach shot for a chance at birdie or par.

Speaking of approach shots, players should expect to use their longer irons or even woods for their second shot on this long par 4. With water lurking on both sides of the green and minimal greenside bunkers (only about 1% of total), golfers must take into consideration any possible hazards before selecting their club.

Weather conditions can also play a significant role in how this hole plays out. In warmer temperatures with lower altitude, balls may fly further than expected off the tee but could also roll more once they hit the ground due to firmer fairways. On colder days with higher altitude levels or strong winds blowing against players' drives and approaches may result in shorter distances overall.

Overall, Hole 3 at TPC Las Colinas requires strategic thinking and precise execution from start to finish in order to successfully navigate through its challenges and achieve a good score.

Teebox type: Women's

Par: 4

Distance: 380 yards

Handicap: 1

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. Use a driver off the tee to maximize distance, but focus on accuracy rather than power due to the dogleg right shape of the fairway.

2. Pay attention to weather conditions and adjust your club selection accordingly. In warmer temperatures, expect longer drives and more roll on firm fairways, while colder temperatures or strong winds may result in shorter distances.

3. Aim for the center of the fairway with your tee shot to avoid any potential hazards on either side.

4. For your approach shot, use a longer iron or wood to reach the green which is protected by water on both sides.

5. Take into consideration any possible wind when selecting your club for your approach shot as it can significantly affect distance and direction.

6. If you miss the green, be wary of the four scattered bunkers around it and aim for a safe spot instead of trying to go directly at the pin.

7. Focus on hitting accurate shots rather than trying for risky shots that could potentially lead to trouble on this challenging hole with a handicap of 1.

8. Keep an eye out for any changes in elevation throughout this long par 4 hole and adjust your club selection accordingly.

9. Stay mentally focused throughout this difficult hole as one mistake could quickly turn into multiple strokes lost if not careful with strategy and execution.

10 . Overall, prioritize precision over power when playing Hole 3 at TPC Las Colinas Resort 'Las Colinas Course' in order to successfully navigate through its challenges and achieve a good score.

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

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