From The Tee Fairway metal or hybrid is recommended on this short but demanding par 4. Favor the left side of the fairway. Avoid going right as it will leave you a blind second shot amongst a small grove of Torreys
From The Fairway Good tee shot leaves you a short iron into a green protected by two massive bunkers.
From The Tee Overlooking La Jolla, South Course’s signature Par 3, is the most picturesque of all the Par 3’s on the course. Club selection is of utmost importance as the hole can play as short as a 9 iron, and as long as a hybrid.
From The Fairway Playing downhill, a good tee shot will leave you middle of green.
On The Green Avoid going long here as it will leave you a very difficult pitch to get up and down.
From The Tee The second longest of the daunting Par 4’s at Torrey Pines, hole #4 requires a good tee shot that will leave you a long iron or fairway metal into a green protected by a bunker on the left
From The Fairway Play approach to the right of the green to allow the contours of the green complex to feed the ball to the middle of the green. A par here is a good score.
From The Tee With 3 of the first 5 holes being 450 yds or more, the first Par 5 is a welcomed sight! Playing downwind this dogleg right Par 5 requires a tee shot that favors the right side to avoid the fairway bunkers on the left.
From The Fairway A good layup shot will leave you a wedge into a two-tiered green.
From The Tee The best way to start the second nine with a birdie is to hit left center of the fairway from the tee, then hit a short iron to a sloping green that is guarded by bunkers on the front left and right.
From The Tee Two teeing grounds will have a dramatic effect on how this hole is played. The shorter tee, to the left, brings two greenside bunkers into play, but players can aim right and ride the prevailing breeze.
From The Fairway The front of the green is open from the longer tee, but the wind can complicate the angle.