Chandler Park Golf Course Aerial View and Hole by Hole Description
Pro Tip: Make a 200-yard tee shot to the 150-yard mark or use driver and play your ball past the water hazard on the left. Avoid being blocked out by the trees on the right. Fairway narrows as you approach the green. Green will slope back to front. Play approach shot below the hole.
Pro Tip: Driveable par 4. Bunkers on left and right. A well-placed tee shot of 200 yards will set you up for a well-placed approach shot. Green will play with heavy slope in many pin positions.
Pro Tip: Driveable par 4. 3 wood off the tee to the green reaps large risk reward for a possible eagle. A straight tee shot of 170 yards will set you up for a well-placed approach shot. Double bunkers on the left, trees on both sides and a bunker that guards the right front side of the green.
Pro Tip: A good drive down the middle of the fairway is key to making par or better. Bunker comes into play on right side rough. Trees line both sides of the hole with hazard on the left.
Pro Tip: A solid drive down the middle of the fairway will give you the opportunity to be on the green in 2. Avoid bunkers left off the tee and side bunkers around the green.
Pro Tip: This is a short par 3. Don’t over hit the green here. Shot placement is key. Greens slope heavy in the front portion of the green.
Pro Tip: Hole 7 has a large forgiving green with room for error. Relax and take aim for hitting your target. Offline shots are punished with bunkers on both the left and right side.
Pro Tip: Drivable par 4 with a large tree blocking the green. a preferred shot would be to shape your shot around the tree to the green. Or if you have a high ball flight, fly one over the tree. A 200-yard shot from the tee sets you up nicely for birdie as well.
Pro Tip: Big reward for hitting a nicely shaped shot around the trees that stays right of the pond on the left. Play a shot that curves from right to left and find fairway for optimal approach to the green.
Pro Tip: Hole 10 is the longest par 4. A good tee shot that avoids the bunker and trees on the right side of the hole is ideal for your approach shot. Beware of the large bunker that guards the green from the left side. Large green but its defense is its tricky slopes.
Pro Tip: With a dog leg that bends slightly right you have a couple of options. If you want to get to the green in 2 you must take a big swing with a shot that goes over the trees on the right or play a nicely shaped shot that curves from left to right. Beware going for the green in two. The approach shot from around 200 yards is narrow with water hazard on the left side of the green, bunkers on both sides and a large tree that blocks the right side of the green. Ideal birdie play is to lay up to the 100-yard mark on the left side of the fairway.
Pro Tip: This par 4 has a large bunker on the right side. Stay left on this hole as you have more forgiveness for an open approach shot. Be sure to play your approach shot with wind in mind, as this hole is more open, and wind tends to effect ball flight more on this hole.
Pro Tip: This par 4 has two water hazards down the right side. Ideal play is to lay up to the 150-yard mark. Avoid being blocked out by the trees and hazards on the left. Double bunkers guard the hole from the left side of green as well.
Pro Tip: Be mindful of wind on this hole. If playing into the wind, club up and swing easy. You don’t want to over shoot this green as recovery will be very difficult with the low trees that line the rear portion of the hole. Green is large and forgiving but is guarded by water right and bunker left.
Pro Tip: This hole has a slight dog leg to the right. Your tee shot must be accurate. Trees line a portion of the left fairway. Be cautious of the water hazard on the right as well. On your approach shot you have water hazard left and a bunker on the right side of the green. Green is large and forgiving this is definite scoring opportunity if you play the hole smart.
Pro Tip: Be cautious of wind on this hole. Heavy winds are common here and will effect ball flight. Green is forgiving as it bowls to the middle. Avoid bunkers on both sides of the green. Making a wedge recovery from the side of the green will require a high shot with lots of spin to hold the green and save par.
Pro Tip: A straight away par 4 with trees that line the right side. The left side is more forgiving as it opens up after the trees that are on the left. Green is large and flat. Take advantage of a great scoring hole.
Pro Tip: This hole has a slight dog leg to the right. A tee shot of about 230 yards will place you right around the 150 mark. Avoid bunkers on the right side of the fairway and trees on the left. Approach shot will be to a forgiving green that bowls to the middle of the green. Don’t over shoot this green as it will be a challenging recovery shot.