Posts Tagged ‘Golden Tee’

Rustic Bridge — Golden Tee 2007

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Rustic Bridge

This post contains tips, tricks, and information related to the 2007 Golden Tee course Rustic Bridge, in Manhattan, Central Park, New York.



Bayou Bay Breakdown — Golden Tee 2008

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Bayou Bay

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Bayou Bay, in Lafayette, Louisiana, which was voted by far the most difficult of the 2008 courses by the expert community. Hole #14 got multiple votes for being one of the hardest holes in Golden Tee Live 2008, and holes 9, 11, and […]



Cypress Cove Breakdown — Golden Tee 2008

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Cypress Cove

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Cypress Cove, in Monterey, California, which was voted the easiest of the 2008 courses by the expert community. The par 3 third hole got multiple votes as one of the toughest holes in Golden Tee Live 2008, and the tough par 4 9th […]



Eagle Crest Breakdown — Golden Tee 2008

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Eagle Crest

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s  Eagle Crest, in Washington, D.C., which was voted the 2nd easiest of the 2008 courses by the expert community. Only one hole (#17) was voted among the hardest in Golden Tee Live 2008. Check back here and learn even more tips and tricks, and […]



Misty Springs Breakdown — Golden Tee 2008

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Misty Springs

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Misty Springs, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, which was voted the 2nd hardest of the 2008 courses by the expert community. Hole #18 is the consensus hardest hole in all of Golden Tee Live 2008. Hole #16 is one of the second toughest […]



Summit Lakes Breakdown — Golden Tee 2008

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Summit Lakes

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Summit Lakes, in Yukon Territory, Canada, which was voted the 3rd hardest of the 2008 courses by the expert community. The par 3 17th hole got multiple votes as one of the toughest holes in Golden Tee Live 2008, and holes 10 and […]



Black Hills Breakdown — Golden Tee 2009

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Black Hills

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Black Hills, in Keystone, South Dakota.  Check back soon to see how this course and specific holes rates difficulty-wise among all the 2009 courses! Check back here and learn even more tips and tricks, and how to play from each of the tee boxes […]



Bonnie Moor Breakdown — Golden Tee 2009

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Bonnie Moor

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Bonnie Moor, in Gullane, Scotland.  Check back soon to see how this course and specific holes rates difficulty-wise among all the 2009 courses! Check back here and learn even more tips and tricks, and how to play from each of the tee boxes on […]



Grand Savannah Breakdown — Golden Tee 2009

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Grand Savannah

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Grand Savannah, by the Mara River in Tanzania.  Check back soon to see how this course and specific holes rates difficulty-wise among all the 2009 courses! Check back here and learn even more tips and tricks, and how to play from each of the […]



Sunny Wood Breakdown — Golden Tee 2009

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Sunny Wood

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Sunny Wood, in Duquesne, Pennsylvania.  Check back soon to see how this course and specific holes rates difficulty-wise among all the 2009 courses! Check back here and learn even more tips and tricks, and how to play from each of the tee boxes on […]



Woodland Farm Breakdown — Golden Tee 2009

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Woodland Farm

This section breaks down how to play each hole at Golden Tee’s Woodland Farm, in Viroqua, Wisconsin.  Check back soon to see how this course and specific holes rates difficulty-wise among all the 2009 courses! Check back here and learn even more tips and tricks, and how to play from each of the tee boxes on […]



Bella Toscana — Golden Tee 2010

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Bella Toscana

This post contains tips, tricks, and information related to the 2010 Golden Tee course Bella Toscana, in Tuscany, Italy, which is considered the 2nd hardest course in Golden Tee 2010.  The recommended clubs for this course are the X22 set, along with the distance balls.  The driver has more loft than the Big Bertha set, […]



Monument Valley — Golden Tee 2010

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Monument Valley

This post contains tips, tricks, and information related to the 2010 Golden Tee course Monument Valley, in Navajo, Holbrook, Arizona, which seems to be the 3rd easiest/hardest of the 5 courses in Golden Tee 2010.  The recommended equipment for this course is the X-22s with the distance balls, although others prefer the old birds or […]



Southern Oaks — Golden Tee 2010

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Southern Oaks

This post contains tips, tricks, and information related to the 2010 Golden Tee course Southern Oaks, in Valdosta, Georgia, which is the consensus #1 hardest course in Golden Tee 2010.  The recommended equipment for this course is the X-22s with the distance balls, although others prefer the old birds or any other normal-lofted club set […]



Tahiti Cove — Golden Tee 2010

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: Tahiti Cove

This post contains tips, tricks, and information related to the 2010 Golden Tee course Tahiti Cove, in Taverea, Tahiti (French Polynesia) which is considered the 2nd easiest course in Golden Tee 2010.  The recommended equipment for this course is the X-22s with the distance balls, although others prefer the old birds or any other normal-lofted […]



The Great Wall — Golden Tee 2010

By • Updated: Aug 3rd, 2019 • Category: The Great Wall

This post contains tips, tricks, and information related to the 2010 Golden Tee course The Great Wall, in Mutianyu, China, which is the consensus #1 easiest course in Golden Tee 2010.  The recommended equipment for this course is the X-22s with the distance balls, although others prefer the old birds or any other normal-lofted club […]



Black Hills — Hole #5: Par 4

By • Updated: Aug 2nd, 2019 • Category: Black Hills

Here is a really, really tough par 4, and it’s only the 5th hole!  Sometimes, this can set up where you can line up towards the pin and carry a wood over the trees to the green.  But, you have to be dead on if you attempt this, because everywhere off the green is trouble.  […]



Misty Springs — Hole #1: Par 4

By • Updated: Jun 26th, 2019 • Category: Misty Springs

Only one tee box, but you can be placed anywhere on it. If you’re on the front of the tee box, you can get there with a power straight shot or an A1 or C3 (watch the trees on the right) driver. Also notice where the pin is — you don’t want to end up […]



Summit Lakes — Hole #9: Par 4

By • Updated: Jul 8th, 2018 • Category: Summit Lakes

This par 4 is drivable a lot of the time. If there’s ice, it’s that much easier. Just go for it and don’t worry about getting wet. Or, if you can’t get there, line up with the wind for a straight-wind approach shot from just about anywhere. Without ice, you may have anywhere from a […]



Pelican Grove — Hole #5: Par 5

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Pelican Grove

Most of the time, the best drive is to lay out even with the second sand trap to the left of the fairway.  This gives you an opening in the trees for your approach — here’s a nice 3-wood curved around and in from there.  This 2-bird was also curved around nicely.  From farther out, […]



Pelican Grove — Hole #9: Par 5

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Pelican Grove

This short par 5 is drivable, perhaps a couple ways, in some cases!  Here’s a big C3 cutter around the right side that caught a late water skip and held the green.  Here’s another one.  This high-teed driver took a bigger angle and caught a boost from a branch to shoot it up on the […]



Pelican Grove — Hole #18: Par 4

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Pelican Grove

The low-teed 1-iron is money here, but the low-teed 2-hybrid with the Hawks should be able to get it done for you as well.  From the right-box, this 2-hybrid actually one-hopped over the water, onto the green, and into the hole — and it’s not bad to play it this way either.  Here’s another one […]



Shady Acres — Hole #9: Par 4

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Shady Acres

You usually loft a shot around the trees and hope to hold the green here.  This 3-wood had enough to catch the rough and a nice hop to a back pin.  This 4-wood was another nice play to a back-right pin. A driver is another good option, where you land left and depend on backspin […]



Shady Acres — Hole #13: Par 3

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Shady Acres

It’s nice when you can use a 5-wood to loft a shot onto this green — here’s an example ace to a left pin. Here’s a 7-wood ace to a back-right pin. With lower-lofted clubs, this hole can be difficult.  It’s often between a 2-hybrid and 3-hybrid if you play Hawks, and there’s quite a […]



Shady Acres — Hole #16: Par 5

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Shady Acres

A good option many times off the tee here is to rotate right and look for a little grassy outlet jutting from the right out into the water.  You can play a small cut into this area to give yourself an open approach shot with a wood. Curving an A1 shot off the tee often […]



Shady Acres — Hole #18: Par 4

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Shady Acres

From the front box, this 9-wood was perfectly-played into a back-left pin. From the back box, this 5-wood also found the hole.  And here’s a great 3-wood.  With a lot more angle, check out this impressive 5-wood dunk!  And this one is fun because it aced for a -41 in the all-drivable par-4 daily contest! […]



Turtle Island — Hole #11: Par 5

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Turtle Island

Unless the wind will be strong in your face on the approach (and maybe even then), you can lay up straight ahead in the fairway in line with the lava pit on the left.  This should leave an open driver approach into the green — here’s an example hole-out. Or, you can take the traditional […]



Turtle Island — Hole #14: Par 4

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Turtle Island

The shot here depends on the wind.  With a head-wind, you’ll often high-tee a 3-wood over the top of the trees. This high-teed 5-wood carried into the back rock but caught a great deflection into the cup! With a right-blowing wind, you can aim left and pretty much take the trees out of the picture […]



Turtle Island — Hole #16: Par 3

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Turtle Island

From the back box, check out the bounces this 5-wood gets off the rock before it finds the cup.  Here’s another terrible shot that kicks all the way over and somehow into the hole!  And this 9-wood rattled around off the rock too and settled back in the cup!  There can be quite a bit […]



Highland Links — Hole #4: Par 5

By • Updated: Mar 4th, 2018 • Category: Highland Links

On this short par 5, you don’t even have to worry about driving past the sand trap in the fairway.  If you lay up short, you’ll have plenty of distance and elevation to carry over on the approach — here’s a 3-wood with bite that sucked right into the hole. VIDEO DEMO