Golf Tip: Grants Pass Golf Club

There are two very effective approaches to take on Grants Pass Golf Club's marquee hole: Hole 9.

Posted: Jun. 17, 2018 6:48 PM
Updated: Jun. 17, 2018 6:49 PM

GRANTS PASS -- When playing Hole 9 at Grants Pass Golf Club, you have to take your skill level into consideration when planning out your shots. If you're a lower handicap player, you can play it more aggressively. If you're a higher handicap player, you should just be aiming for the fairway off the tee and be looking to pick up small chunks of yardage along the way.

With water and a hidden bunker to the left of the green, getting it onto the fairway gives you the best chance to aim to the right of the pin onto the multi-level green. If you hit a good first shot, using a 5, 6, or 7-iron can be effectively for getting you onto the green in three shots. 

To learn more about the two useful approaches on Hole 9 at Grants Pass Golf Club, watch the video above. For more information on course availability or to look into becoming a member, visit the Club's website.

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