Tour Beach Grove Golf Course
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Hole 1 : Par 5
Beach Grove’s opening hole is a very honest, straightforward par-5. Pay attention to the wind on the approach shot to this undulating green that is well-protected by bunkers. You may require an extra club.
Hole 2 : Par 3
A very tough par-3, especially this early in the round. Short is the safer miss, so play for the front of the green and trust your putter to do the rest. Challenging back pin can bring 4 or 5 into the equation.
Hole 3 : Par 4
Accuracy off the tee is the key here with OB on the left. Make sure you take enough club on the approach shot as a large bunker and false front make scrambling difficult.
Hole 4 : Par 3
A beautiful par-3 here that usually plays downwind. The green is larger than it looks from the tee, so take enough club to avoid the water and false front.
Hole 5 : Par 4
Consider an iron or hybrid off the tee to find the fairway and avoid the large trees on the left and water to the right. Two solidly struck shots can yield a birdie opportunity.
Hole 6 : Par 4
Although there is OB left here, there is more room than it looks from the tee. A tee shot to the right leaves virtually no chance at hitting the green that slopes severely from back to front. Par is a good score here.
Hole 7 : Par 3
The shortest hole on the course provides a brief reprieve from two difficult par-4’s. A good shot can lead to a birdie, but do not take this hole for granted as the front of the green is very narrow and well-bunkered.
Hole 8 : Par 4/5
For many, this is the toughest hole on the course. No bail out off the tee with OB again to the left and large trees to the right. Take enough club on the approach shot to this difficult green and avoid the water on the right. No shame with leaving with a 5 here.
Hole 10 : Par 4
Consider less than driver on this sharp dogleg right par-4. Respect the pin position during the approach shot to this raised, two-tiered green.
Hole 11 : Par 4
A good chance to let the driver go here, but favor the left side as a large tree can interfere with approach shots from the right. This green can be very slippery, so just make sure to keep it on the green if putting from above the hole.
Hole 12 : Par 4
Although short, our “easiest” hole requires two accurate shots. Play for the left-centre of the fairway off the tee, and then split massive trees guarding the front of the two-tiered green. Putting is extremely difficult from the wrong level here.
Hole 13 : Par 3
More room to the right than it appears. Use it, as anything left of this green will find the hazard. This hole usually plays a half-club shorter due to the elevated tee.
Hole 14 : Par 5
A solid drive moving right to left will give the longer hitters a chance to go for the green in two. A good birdie chance here with a solid approach shot to this narrow, undulating green protected by a large water hazard and several bunkers.
Hole 15 : Par 4/5
Two solid shots are required on this hole. The tee shot must avoid the deep fairway bunkers on the left and the trees to the right in order to reach the green in two.
Hole 16 : Par 3
This pretty par-3 is not for the faint of heart. The green is sloped severely from back to front and well-protected by water short and a large bunker to the left. Pay attention to the wind and play for the middle of the green regardless of the pin’s location.
Hole 17 : Par 5
Finding the fairway off the tee creates a great birdie opportunity here on this reachable par-5. Large trees to the left, OB and water all along the right side keep the players honest en route to the large, undulating green.