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Pinon Hills Terrain & Tips

There are yardage cards on the Pinon Hills website, but they do not provide terrain. Almost every green has shelves or tiers with the 9th hole having four shelves. The following information and tips can be joined with the yardage cards.

Hole 1. Downhill tee shot.

Hole 2. Blind tee shot

Hole 3. Blind tee shot. Downhill approach.

Hole 4. Downhill.

Hole 5. Short, but somewhat blind tee shot. Approach over deep desert gully.

Hole 6. Downhill tee shot from furthest tees.

Hole 7. Tee over a little canyon.

Hole 8. Flat tee shot hiding a wide fairway. Then Up hill.

Hole 9. Downhill then uphill. Tee at least two from tips to see hole.

Hole 10. Downhill then a smidge uphill.

Hole 11. Downhill then a smidge uphill.

Hole 12.

Hole 13. Downhill tee shot.

Hole 14. Downhill tee shot.

Hole 15. Green is 22 shoes wide. Tee box matters. Hitting ball on mounds rolls on green. Its almost like playing an island green.

Hole 16. Tee over small slot canyon.

Hole 17. Uphill approach.

Hole 18. Downhill then uphill.