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Chambers Bay Golf Course Hole by Hole - 7th Hole

Chambers Bay Golf Course, Washington

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Hole 7 at Chambers Bay Golf Course is a challenging par 4 that requires both distance and accuracy to score well. From the championship tees, this hole measures a whopping 508 yards, making it one of the longest holes on the course. The slight dogleg right adds an extra element of strategy for players looking to attack this hole.

The tee shot on Hole 7 is crucial, as any shots that stray too far left or right will find themselves in trouble. With an average drive of 217 yards, most golfers will need to hit their driver off the tee in order to reach the fairway and set up their approach shot. However, with a wide fairway measuring about 86 yards across, there is some room for error off the tee.

As you make your way down the fairway towards the green, you'll notice two bunkers strategically placed on either side of the landing area. These bunkers add another layer of challenge for players trying to position themselves for a good approach shot.

Speaking of approach shots, with an average pitching wedge distance of about 120 yards, most golfers will likely need to take out their long irons or hybrids in order to reach this lengthy green. Measuring at over half an acre (23860 sq ft), this large green offers plenty of space for players looking to land their ball close enough for a birdie opportunity.

One thing worth noting about Hole 7 is its relatively low percentage (0%)of greenside bunkers compared to other holes on this course. This means that if you can successfully navigate your way through your tee shot and approach shot without finding yourself in one of those two earlier mentioned bunkers near the landing area or around/in front/behind/on top/of/nearby but not actually "greenside" then you should have a decent chance at making par or better here.

When playing Hole 7 at Chambers Bay Golf Course, it's important to take into account the local weather conditions. Being located in University Place, Washington 98467 means that this course experiences a variety of weather patterns throughout the year. During the spring and summer months, temperatures can reach up to 80°F with low humidity levels and moderate winds. However, during fall and winter, temperatures drop significantly with highs averaging around 45°F. Additionally, wind speeds can increase drastically during these colder months making club selection and shot strategy even more crucial.

Overall, Hole 7 at Chambers Bay Golf Course is a challenging yet fair hole that will test both your distance off the tee and accuracy on approach shots. With its long yardage and strategic bunkering, this hole offers plenty of opportunities for players to showcase their skills while also providing a beautiful view of the surrounding landscape. Good luck!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 508 yards

Handicap: 5

Green Area:

23860

Approx Fairway Width:

86

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

0

Bunker Count:

2

Bunkers:

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 to reach the fairway.

2. Aim for the center of the fairway to avoid trouble on either side.

3. Take into account wind speed and direction when selecting clubs for your approach shot.

4. Be aware of the two strategically placed bunkers near the landing area and plan accordingly.

5. Consider using long irons or hybrids for your approach shot due to the lengthy green.

6. Pay attention to pin placement on this large green in order to set up a birdie opportunity.

7. Keep an eye out for any weather changes that may affect club selection and shot strategy, especially during colder months with higher winds.

8. If you can successfully navigate through both shots without finding yourself in a bunker, you have a good chance at making par or better here.

9. Appreciate the beautiful view of surrounding landscape while playing this challenging yet fair hole at Chambers Bay Golf Course!

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

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