Masía Course 18 holes

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Recorrido Masia

Par 5

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 14; LADIES: 16

Par5, the distance is not a problem as this hole has a slight downhill. For this reason this can be a birdie hole. The easiest way to be successful is to stroke a drive, standing on the left, or a wood if you are a good player. Be careful with the out on the right. The second stroke will be easier with a fair wood, resting on the right side of the green as there is a hazard on the left. The shot to green has to be controlled not to miss it.

Par 3

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 15; LADIES: 14

It is not long but a frontal bunker protects a 40 meter wide green.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 1; LADIES: 8

Difficult start in this Par 4. Using driver or wood in the centre of the fairway resting a little on the right as the fairway is on the left. The good second stroke is on the right resting on the slope.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 6; LADIES: 10

This Par4 is longer that it seems as the second stroke is uphill. Driver resting a little on the right where we have an out but it is more difficult to get out. Second stroke do a high ball to attack a green of two platforms and leave the ball correctly.

Par 3

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 9; LADIES: 13

This par 3 is the most difficult in our course. Green protected with 3 bunkers and hazard at the end as well as on the sides. An iron 4 has to be used as it is better to be long than short because the ball could jump to the left towards hazard.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 2; LADIES: 6

This par 4 would be played with a driver at the centre of the fairway. The second stroke has a difficulty on the left, for that reason we have to point to the bunker at the right and if the ball goes there we will do an approach and put at the end. Green of 48 meter length.

Par 5

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 17; LADIES: 15

This par 5 has a light dogleg on the left going downhill but with a danger on the right. We will play it with a driver on the centre of the fairway and from there we will use an ion 1 or a wood 3 and leave it near green.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 3; LADIES: 11

This par 4 is a hole with out on the right and a water obstacle on the left of the whole fairway, and of the green. Play a stroke to the rough around the out. Another possibility is to point to the water stroking a fade. We will have a pitch stroke that we can not fail on the left of the flag, not giving it much backspin as we can send the ball to the water.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 10; LADIES: 1

This Par4 with a pronounced dogleg on the left, we should play with an ion 7 pointing to nº15 green, the second stroke we would play it trying to miss it. From yellow you can risk it and stroke directly to green with the driver. 54 meter wide green of two different platforms.

Par 5

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 8; LADIES: 7

In this par5 with the driver point a little bit to the right, the second stroke is done with wood 3 in the centre but bearing in mind that the fairway is on the right. Third stroke will be a pitch to a green of two platforms trying not to go to the bunker on the right.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 13; LADIES: 9

Par4 with a high start. If you are a good player, point to the right avoiding crossing the fairway. If you are a regular player, point more to the left taking care that the olive tree don’t disturb you for the second stroke. If you are a beginner, you must point to the olive tree to pass above it. The second stroke to green is easy.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 7; LADIES: 5

Par4 with a high start. Driver to the centre of the fairway. The second stroke has to be played straight to the flag trying to leave the ball on the correct platform.

Par 5

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 11; LADIES: 2

Stroke driver on the right, the second stroke, wood above bunker on the right. Small green of two platforms protected by three bunkers. Be careful not to go beyond the green.

Par 3

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 18; LADIES: 17

Hole of precision, this is the shortest par3 in the course as is downhill. Hole apparently easy but it can give us a lot of problems if we don’t achieve green. Take an ion 7 on the left side of the right bunker.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 12; LADIES: 12

Short Par4 with a dogleg on the right. If you want to risk it, stroke driver above the trees on the right minding the slice. Second stroke of pitch pointing the right flag. Small green with a lot of movement from the right to the left. It is important to stop the ball in green and not to miss it.

Par 3

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN:16; LADIES: 18

Green with a lot of movement from right to left. If you shot to flag, try to leave the ball on the left of the flag. If you want to assure green, play mostly on the left side as on the right there is a bunker.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 4; LADIES: 4

Par4 right dogleg. If you want to risk, stroke driver above the rough of the right side. A more conservative stroke would be to leave the ball near to the last bunker on the left of the fairway, then you would have a longer stroke but with a better entry to green. The stroke to green play it on the right as the green is on the left side.

Par 4

NEW HANDICAP GENTELMEN: 5; LADIES: 3

This par 4 seems longer than expected as it has a slight uphill. Avoid bunkers of the fairway. When you stroke to green, try not to do backspin as it is uphill.