Next up is the Grand Forest Tournament in Golf Clash with holes of Sequoia Creek and Eagle Peak.
Sequoia Creek is the latest course that was featered in July in the Redwood 9-Hole Cup and Eagle Peek is a very common course that we all know from Tour 5 & 8.
Our text guides for the Grand Forest Tournament have a new feature now that includes our wind calculator directly here with the clubs you will use and the elevation already added. This is a lot easier than using our wind calculator on a second page and adding the elevation after that.
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Hole #1 - Sequoia Creek (Par 4)
The start of the Grand Forest Tournament is quite alright with a Par 4 that is not that complicated. Try to get through the trees to wards the second fairway so get a clean attempt for the eagle.
Go for maximum distance here and use overpower if needed to get the first bounce on the fairway spot. Otherwise you need to bounce over the rough with a lot of curl, won't recommend that!
Your second shot will be straight approaching the pin at medium distance with the first bounce on the fairway and the second bounce on the green. No need to use spin at all here.
Hole #2 - Sequoia Creek (Par 3)
You will get the birdie here for sure, but the hole-in-one is tricky because the fairway is not even and small misadjustment will send your ball in different directions. The rough bump is easier to miss and then you can totally mess up this hole, for that reason I don’t recommend it actually.
Play in maximum distance of your wood club and aim directly for the pin. Use some backspin to get the speed right and take care of correct wind adjustment.
Hole #3 - Eagle Peek (Par 5)
You really want to get as far as possible with your drive here in this first Par 5 of the Grand Forest Tournament – this will help you to attempt the pin with your second shot and maybe even get you the albatross.
Play it on the left side with all the topspin you have and bounce over the rough, The fairway slopes into the right direction so you will get the most distance.
You want to get on the green and let it roll back from the sloping behind the pin. It's a little lucky to get the albatross but the best way to play this hole with enough backspin.
Hole #4 - Eagle Peek (Par 3)
This is a super nasty Par 3, not just in the Grand Forest Tournament but from all Par 3 in Golf Clash actually. I’d recommend trying to get on the green for the birdie here instead of risking it all for the hole-in-one.
Play it on the right side and use 1 Top an 1 bar of sidespin Sidespin to the right. (YES! Right!) to counter the sloping of the green. Aim close to the bunker as you can see in the image and you will get close to the pin.
Hole #5 - Sequoia Creek (Par 4)
Here you should push it and get the drive as far as possible to get as close to green to get the eagle in this Par 4 of the Grand Forest Tournament.
Play through the trees here, if you have tailwind you can go for the second fairway, if not, bounce over the rough in the second fairway but play through the trees here with max topspin.
Now you can easily attempt the pin directly. Mind that you play a little downhill here. Bounce once on the fairway so you won't come in too hot and you should get the eagle.
Hole #6 - Sequoia Creek (Par 5)
The challenge in this Par 5 of the Grand Forest Tournament is cutting that corner with the drive, so you a driver that has curl and a good amount of spin.
Aim close to the rough and the second bounce will be in the rough, the topspin will make you roll on the fairway and give you a nice spot for your second shot. Don'T forget the curl!
Now you need to bounce on the fairway and over the bunker there so use a wood club with sufficient distance. Some backspin will set the speed right and wind adjustment is key here.
Hole #7 - Eagle Peek (Par 3)
This is the “easiest” Par 3 in the Grand Forest Tournament (well, the other two are horrible) and the only one where you can go for the hole-in-one consistently. Take care that you don’t come in too hot, the green slopes down at the end and will leave you far downhill.
Use all the sidespin to the right to get the direction right while bouncing over the bunker with your second bounce on the fairway, this will give you the right speed.
Hole #8 - Eagle Peek (Par 4)
This is one of my favorite Par 4 holes for the reason that it has a unique way to be played where you will simply shoot through the trees towards the green.
Max topspin and aiming as close to the trees here and aim through them to get the ball on the green or next to the green with your drive
Now you should be either on the fairway or close to it so you can directly approach the pin.
Hole #9 - Sequoia Creek (Par 5)
Don’t expect too much at this Par 5, this is an eagle Par 5 in the Grand Forest Tournament and an albatross is nearly impossible, simply because of the distance you have to cover here.
Play the drive on the right side and try to get as close to the river as possible for you second shot. Be careful with topspin here, the fairway slopes down pretty much.
Use all topspin here and the second bounce will be in front of the rough - you will normally have enough speed that the ball will roll out of the rough and on the green where you can collect your eagle.
That’s it for the Grand Forest Tournament for Golf Clash, good luck everyone! 🙂