PGA Tour 2K21 Official RaceOnOz Society

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  1. Kieran_B33

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    PSA: If anyone wants to get in on this and has the new PlayStation plus 'extra' PGA 2k21 is included in the free games catalogue
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  2. JonoStan96

    JonoStan96 World Champion Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    The opening hole is a long and difficult Par 5 that can be reached in 2 shots, but you have to reach the furthest fairway with a fade to have any chance. The fairways are all surrounded by water so you must be accurate with every shot. The putting surface slopes heavily toward the back. [​IMG]


    Hole 2’s best spot off the tee is straight down the middle with a fairway wood. From there you should have a simple wedge onto an undulating green. [​IMG]


    The third hole is a split fairway dogleg left Par 4. The safe play is to play to the open right, but the narrow left fairway can provide a much easier approach shot. The green is narrow and protected by 2 bunkers.
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    The 4th is a challenging Par 3 that plays between the rocks. The green is huge but hard to hold, as you must carry the water and an enormous bunker. [​IMG]


    The Par 4 5th hole requires the player to make a few decisions off the tee. You need to find the fairway and do so in such a way that you’ll have an unobstructed second shot. The putting surface is very shallow, and is more receptive to short irons. [​IMG]


    #6 isn’t too difficult of a hole if you play to the plateau on the right side. Missing left will almost certainly result in your second being blocked out by the rock formations. [​IMG]


    Hole 7 is a short Par 5 with many alternate routes to the hole. Blasting it to the lonesome narrow fairways will leave a very short approach to the green, but playing to the left is a safer option, as long as you avoid the sand and large mound. Regardless, this plays as the easiest hole on the course. [​IMG]


    Keep right on this Par 4 8th hole or you’ll be blocked out on your approach shot by the rock formations. The green is unreceptive due to its shallowness, so be sure to add a little bit of backspin.
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    The amazing 9th hole is a downhill Par 3 with all the emphasis on club selection. This enormous green is generous for accuracy, but distance control is everything. Double check your calculations and attack the pin.
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    JonoStan96 World Champion Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    The 10th is another dogleg right Par 5 with alternate routes to the hole. Hazards are aplenty so prioritise accuracy over raw power. The putting surface features a humped spine, so the putt will almost always slope away from the hole. [​IMG]


    The incredible 11th is a horseshoe dogleg left Par 4. Bomb the tee shot as far around the corner as you dare to make the approach shot easier. Of course, there is a shortcut to this green, but it’s a brave shot if you can pull it off, and it doesn’t guarantee a birdie by any stretch of the imagination. [​IMG]


    #12 will test your accuracy and shot shaping abilities. The extremely narrow green is blind from the tee due to the rock formations and demands a fade, but too much slice and you’ll find the bunker. [​IMG]


    Once again the 13th demands a decision off the tee. The pesky rock formations will be an obstacle for your second shot, but there is a bail out area to the left if you’re not confident in reaching the green. [​IMG]


    The 14th is similar in design to the 3rd hole. Left of the rocks will gift you a shorter approach, but the right side is safer. [​IMG]


    While the tee shot is blind, the 15th is a relatively simple Par 3. Just avoid the two bunkers on each side and you’re home free. [​IMG]


    The 16th is a very tough Par 4. Ice and rocks seperate the fairways but can provide favourable bounces for those daring to take them on. It’s a tough approach if you miss however, as the green is particularly unreceptive due to the bunkers eating into the putting surface. [​IMG]


    The penultimate hole is a dogleg left Par 4 with rock formations obstructing the tee shot this time. If you can hit your drive with enough of a draw you can cut a significant amount of distance off the hole. But you risk the large bunker and the water if you do so. The green is generous enough but can have some very tight pins. [​IMG]


    The Par 5 finishing hole is unlike any 18th you have ever played. It’s takes place entirely inside a cave. Visibility is limited with light only piercing through small alcoves, so be sure of your target and hit it straight. The scattered fairways are surrounded by water so it is easy to rack up a big score. The green is out in the open, relatively flat but is surrounded by rocks and out of bounds. [​IMG]