Holes #1-18 Tips and Tricks — Check out the expert advice here on how to approach each hole at Golden Tee’s Whispering Valley!
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It’s rare, but this hole can sometimes be drivable — here’s a long ace!
Here’s a dunk hole-out from the fairway.
Your drive has to be long and positioned nicely to have a clean approach shot. You can either fly right over the sand, or try an A1-type shot as well. Here’s a nice hole-out. And here’s a fun angled dunk.
Here’s a hole-out after a long drive past the sand.
Here’s an example hole-out after laying up back in the first fairway.
This is a tricky little cut shot with not much room for error. It’s easy to find the water if you’re too aggressive, but it’s also easy to find the tree leaves if you don’t start out far enough right off the tee.
Here’s a hole-out from the sand after laying up straight ahead.
Here’s a nice hole-out after a long drive. Sometimes you may need a driver approach into this elevated green. While the water in front is cause for concern, it also creates a situation where a firmly-hit driver can skip the water and bounce up onto the green — check out this amazing hole-out!
This is a really tough hole to stick the green — you may not be able to do it with certain setups. Aces are rare here — but here’s a great one with the 3-wood.
Holes #1-18 Tips and Tricks — Check out the expert advice here on how to approach each hole at Golden Tee’s Kangaroo Trail!
This hole should be drivable from the front boxes but possibly not from the back boxes. Here’s a great ace with the 3-wood from the front box. And here’s a nice driver from the middle box. Here’s another amazing driver that bounced perfectly off a rock on its way to the hole! And this one got some bounces that were even more amazing.
Here’s a hole-out from the fairway.
Here is an ace on this short hole in the rain.
Here is a dunk hole-out with the driver!
From the front box, a 9-wood can go right over the wall.
From other boxes or with other clubs, you’ll have to lay up out to the right.
Here’s a shorter ace from the front box.
From the middle box, you may need to worry about the tree branches and play a slight cut into the green. Here is a big cut and a great shot. Here’s another one with the driver. The straight shot may still be there too. The charging kangaroo didn’t affect this shot — a 3-wood with a nice little hop out of the sand into the hole! And this driver went right through the gap!
From the back box, you’ll have a tough driver cut shot trying to find the green — here’s a beauty.