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The Links at Spanish Bay

The Links at Spanish Bay

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    Price: $14.99
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    Description

    What are Caddytips? Caddytips are downloadable Adobe PDF files that help a golfer learn how to play the course listed above by providing local knowledge to each shot on every hole.

    Caddytips are written guides that print on regular US letter size paper 8.5 x 11 inches and have cut lines that allow a golfer to create a quarter-page booklet 4.25 x 5.5 inches. Now the golfer has a convenient pocket-sized guide that will help them develop a course strategy and shoot better rounds.

    Caddytips are for golfers of all abilities whether you are a scratch golfer or a 30-handicap.

    What do Caddytips consist of? Caddytips contain important golf course information necessary for golfers to achieve the best results based on their skill level.

    Caddytips begin with the name of the specific course outlined and is followed by several General Tips. These Tips will help a golfer prepare better prior to their round. For instance, a course with several long par 3s would have a General Tip saying to practice your long irons prior to your round.

    Caddytips also include descriptions of each hole for the course listed above. Caddytips examines each hole, shot-by-shot and gives the golfer vital objective information.

    By arming golfers of all skill levels with critical information, they will be on their way to greater success. Click here for a free demo of Caddytips

    How do I download Caddytips? Caddytips offers an instant electronic delivery system once the checkout process has been complete. To download the Caddytips for the course listed above, please click the Download the Caddytips button. You will then be taken to a form that must be filled out in order to receive your Caddytips. After the form is completed, you will then be taken to a page that has your download information at the top.

    Click on this graphic or the course name and then you will be prompted to choose whether to open or save the document to your hard drive. Caddytips recommends saving the file to your hard drive so that you may create your own library of Caddytips.

    General Tips to play Spanish Bay Golf Links

    Spanish Bay Golf Links is located near the ocean, with views of the water on 16 of 18 holes; a low piercing ball flight is favorable. The greens at Spanish Bay Golf Links are very large and undulating, be prepared to hit long large breaking lag putts; accuracy is a premium into the greens here, which makes this a true target golf course. The fairways are very undulated as too, the ability to hit from uneven lies is essential to scoring well here. Length is always not the deciding factor in low scores on this course layout as it is a target oriented golf course. Placement in the fairways and accuracy into the greens will always have more of a reward than the long ball. The lateral hazards on Spanish Bay Golf Links are all sensitive protected environmental areas noted by green tipped red stakes, and you are not allowed to enter these hazards, play local rule; is one stroke penalty.

    Here is a snippet from the Caddytips from The Links at Spanish Bay:

    Hole 2
    Short, Uphill – Par 4 – 307/300/265 Yards


    Tee shot: There are three different ways to play this tee shot, regardless of your play, target left center, and it will play one club uphill. The most conservative would be to lay up short of the fairway bunker right; this requires a 195 yd shot from the blue tees(190gold/155 white). If you are feeling a little bolder, a shot of 225 yds from the blue tees will carry the bunker on the right (220 gold/185 white). A risky shot, because of the hazard right and left that encroaches into the fairway, would be to hit a fairway wood or driver to just in front of the green.

    Approach shot: This shot will play a full club uphill from the middle of the fairway. This green is protected by one deep sand trap short left, O.B. long and a lateral hazard right, this will require you to carry the yardage to the green. This green is 29 paces deep, so check the wind and swing smooth. Accurate pin position will be the key your success on this hole as the green is very large and undulating.

    Green: This green slopes generally from back to front and left to right, with the grain pulling to the front of the green. Several ridges divide this green into front and back halves, and left and right halves. The ridge on the left runs down to a swell on the front of this putting surface, with the other half of the swell is created by a ridge coming in right to left off of the shelf on the front right.

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    This website is an amazing find
    5 out of 5
    Jack
    Location: New Jersey
    I’ve spent the last half hour researching course information for a trip I am taking April to Pebble Beach. We are playing all of the Pebble Beach courses and I’m so excited I’m doing a bunch of research before the trip on the golf course and that we are playing. I found this website on Google and couldn’t believe my eyes. This is exactly what I am looking for. I am a 15 handicap going with the group of 12 guys that are anywhere from scratch to 20 and I really want to play my best. I’ve read over these tips and they are amazing. This website was an absolute find! The tips are very detailed and I am anxious to see how accurate they are. I will report back after my trip in April but just wanted to say how outstanding this concept was!
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    Links course?! Not sure about that but the tips are good
    5 out of 5
    Rocco
    Location: Chicago, IL
    This course design is "interesting" and that is a euphemism. To call it a links course is far fetched as well. Regardless, these tips are very precise and well-written. Some of the greens out here are REALLY funky and these notes helped me navigate some subtle and some not so subtle breaks. Also, there are "environmentally sensitive" areas everywhere out here and the tips warn you where they are so you can avoid them. I bet you this saved me at least 3 strokes!
    Recommended
    Tough course especially with
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    Nick
    Location: Redding
    I found this course to be very tricky and the wind blew hard. These tips warned about the wind and gave good advice on how to play in the wind. I had heard there was a lot of “mickey mouse” aspects to Spanish Bay so I thought getting these tips would help me avoid dumb mistakes and I was right! Only regret was I didn’t download the ones fot Spyglass. Oh well, I’ll be back for sure
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