Timber Bay — Hole #11: Par 4

By • Category: Timber Bay
Handicap: 3rd hardest hole
Category: Professional
Average Score: -0.51 / -2.00


Eagle+ 13%
Birdie 46%
Par 28%
Bogey 8%
Double+ 5%

Here begins the toughest 8-hole stretch in Golden Tee 2011. If you’re fortunate to have the left tee box, then most of the time you can hit a 5-wood or a 3-wood over the trees.

If you get stuck to the right, then things get difficult. You’ll probably have to work a 3-wood through the gap like this great shot from the back box. Here’s another 5-wood with fantastic pin action! Finally, check out this jacked up 9-wood!

From the middle box, a well-placed low-iron can sometimes do the trick — check out this 2-iron that stayed below the trees! I can’t recommend trying this shot, but a driver knocked down by leaves and a fortunate deflection gives an amazing hole-out!  Here’s one that’s definitely cleaner, though!

Eagle is very tough here; par or worse is far more likely. Be smart and save a stroke while you can!

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