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Keep it straight off the tee to avoid an awkward stance off of the moguls that flank the fairway. A good layup short of the fairway bunker on the left will leave a short-iron to a slightly elevated green.
A straightforward, but difficult par 4. Water guards the length of the fairway on the right, so keep it between the two iconic Cypress trees. Take an extra club on your approach shot to ensure that you carry the huge bunker that guards the entire front of the green.
Try to favor the right side of the fairway off of the tee, as drives finding the left rough might leave your approach shot partially obstructed by Carolina pines.
The shortest of the par 3’s is a mid-to-short-iron over water, to a green protected by bunkers on all sides.
A good drive will miss the huge Carolina pine that guards the left side of the fairway. Accuracy is a necessity on your second shot, as water awaits any wayward shot to the right.
Straightforward, but long par 4. A solid drive will leave a mid-iron to a flat green, guarded by bunkers on each side.
Maybe the easiest hole at Beachwood Golf Club, this short par 4 offers a generous fairway off of the tee. A good drive leaves just a wedge to an elevated green, guarded on each side by large bunkers.
A beautiful, slightly uphill par 3 protected on all sides by large bunkers.
A long straightforward par 5. Two solid shots should leave you with a mid to short iron to small and shallow green with bunkers on all sides.
A short, sharp dogleg to the left par 4. A good drive is long enough to get past the towering pines to the left in order to leave you a clear short-iron shot to the green.
Water guards the right side of the fairway off of the tee on this long par 4. The green is the largest one on the course, so make sure to take an extra club for a back pin position.
This short, slight dogleg left par 4 requires an accurate drive to hit the narrow fairway, leaving a short-iron to a slightly elevated green with bunkers on each side.
A long straightforward par 4 with a generous fairway. A good drive will leave a mid-iron to an elevated, undulating green.
This long, double dogleg to the left is a true three shot par 5. Favor the right side of the fairway on your second shot to ensure you have an unobstructed approach shot to the green.
This long, difficult par 3 is protected by water on the right and large bunkers on each side of the green. If you’re going to miss, miss short of the green.
A slightly uphill, dogleg left par 4 requires a tee shot that misses the fairway bunker on the left. A good drive leaves a mid-to-short-iron approach, to a green protected by bunkers on the front right and front left.
Long hitters can reach this dogleg right par 5 with two solid, accurate shots. Water awaits layup and approach shots that stay right, and out of bounds lies to the left. Avoid the deep, bulk-headed bunker on the right side of the green.
The very long par 3 finishing hole, measuring over 230 yards from the back tee, is Beachwood’s signature hole. Bunkers protect all sides of the green except the front right, so if you’re going to miss, this is the spot.