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TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' Hole by Hole - 7th Hole

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

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Hole 7 at TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' is a challenging par 5 that requires strategic thinking and precise execution. With a distance of 542 yards from the championship tees, this hole offers opportunities for long hitters to go for the green in two shots, but also presents potential hazards that can lead to high scores.

The tee shot on Hole 7 should be aimed towards the left side of the fairway, as there is a slight dogleg left. This will provide a better angle for approaching the green and avoid any potential trouble on the right side. The average golfer who hits their driver around 217 yards should aim for approximately 230-240 yards off the tee to set up an ideal second shot.

As you approach your second shot, take note of any wind conditions as they can greatly impact ball flight on this open hole. During hot summer months in Texas, temperatures can reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit which may cause balls to fly further than expected due to decreased air density. In contrast, cooler winter months may result in shorter distances due to increased air density.

With only one percent greenside bunkers out of seven total bunkers on this hole, it's unlikely that your approach shot will be impacted by sand traps. However, if you do find yourself with a bunker shot near or onto the green, make sure to use your pitching wedge (120 yards) instead of your typical sand wedge (80-90 yards) based on our inferred data and statistics.

The large green area spanning over 8,000 square feet provides ample room for error when hitting onto the putting surface. However, pay attention to pin placement as some areas are more challenging than others depending on curvature and slope.

Overall, Hole 7 at TPC at Four Seasons Resort 'Las Colinas Course' offers both risk and reward opportunities for golfers looking to improve their scorecard. With careful planning and execution, this hole can be conquered regardless of your skill level.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 5

Distance: 542 yards

Handicap: 11

Green Area:

8383

Approx Fairway Width:

28

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

1

Bunker Count:

7

Bunkers:

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

Club Recommendations

1. Aim for the left side of the fairway off the tee to avoid potential trouble on the right side.

2. For average golfers, aim for 230-240 yards off the tee to set up an ideal second shot.

3. Take note of wind conditions and adjust your approach shot accordingly.

4. In hot summer months, expect balls to fly further due to decreased air density; in cooler winter months, expect shorter distances due to increased air density.

5. Use a pitching wedge (120 yards) instead of a sand wedge (80-90 yards) if faced with a bunker shot near or onto the green based on inferred data and statistics.

6. Pay attention to pin placement on this large green area spanning over 8,000 square feet as some areas are more challenging than others depending on curvature and slope.

7. Carefully plan and execute each shot for both risk and reward opportunities on this hole regardless of skill level.

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

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