Next up is the Night Sky Tournament in Golf Clash with holes of Shiruba Springs and The Milano.
Shiruba Springs was featured in this year’s Winter Major Tournament and you very likely know the holes from The Milano well from the Tours 4 & 9.
Our text guides for the Night Sky 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 - Shiruba Springs (Par 4)
The start of the Night Sky Tournament is quite decent and playing on the left side will give you the best chances to go for the eagle.
Maximum topspin to bounce over the rough here and add some sidespin to the left because the fairway slopes down and you don't want to roll into the brought there.
Your second shot will be straight approaching the pin at minimum distance with some backspin and the second bounce on the green. A really nice chance for the eagle.
Hole #2 - Shiruba Springs (Par 3)
For the second hole in the Night Sky Tournament you don’t need to play any fancy way but you need to be aware the wind adjustment is key here.
Play in maximum distance of your long iron with the ball guideline straight towards the pin, the second bounce on the green and 1-3 bars of backspin depending on the wind situation.
Hole #3 - The Milano (Par 5)
This Par 5 in the Night Sky Tournament is probably one of the holes you played most in Golf Clash.
You want to gain as much distance as possible with a straight drive without getting into the rough, that's it.
Now you can approach the pin directly by bouncing once on the fairway in front of the green with some backspin and full sidespin to the right without any surprises.
Hole #4 - The Milano (Par 4)
Backspin is key here to have the most consistent chances to actually go for the hole-in-one so even if you have The Guardian at Level 1, use it. It’s all about backspin here.
Try to line the ball guideline straight towards the pin and do a rough bump. This hole is also massively downhill so take about 40% extra wind adjustment into account (our wind calculator below has it already included!)
Hole #5 - Shiruba Springs (Par 4)
The drive in this Par 5 of the Night Sky Tournament is the tricky part and you need a ball with good power so you don’t need to gamble with overpower too much when playing on the left side.
It looks a little intimidating but you want to bounce over the bunker here to gain enough distance to approach the pin in the second shot.
The second shot is uphill to take about 10% off your wind adjustment (or use our calculator below)
Hole #6 - Shiruba Springs (Par 5)
The key for this Par 5 in the Night Sky Tournament is getting over that rough patch with your drive and you need a ton of topspin to do that. An albatross is impossible here but you can take the eagle realistically.
Use all the topspin and sidespin to the right as possible to get over the rough.
The second shot is all about getting as close to the green as possible, nothing else so play it safe to get the eagle here in the 3rd shot.
Hole #7 - The Milano (Par 3)
This Par 3 in the Night Sky Tournament is all about how you can adjust the wind correctly to do the rough bump correctly and the Sniper helps a lot here with the ball guideline and accuracy.
Aim for the middle of the rough patch and the ball guideline straight towards the pin
Hole #8 - The Milano (Par 4)
If you want to get the eagle here in the last Par 4 of the Night Sky Tournament you need to play on the left side to be able to approach the pin in your second shot.
You will make the second bounce here on the rough and roll on the fairway so use a good amount of topspin to not get stuck in the rough.
Approach the pin directly with a bounce on the fairway and a good amount of backspin to go for the eagle. The green is bumpy so don't go straight on the green.
Hole #9 - Shiruba Springs (Par 5)
The last hole of the Night Sky Tournament is this Par 5 and the drive is about getting on that small fairway spot to shortcut. Albatross is impossible here as well so use your second shot to get as close to the pin as possible.
Play the drive short and make the ball land on that small fairway spot on the left.
Now you can use all the sidespin you have to approach the pin directly with the first bounce on the fairway and the second bounce on the green.MAX CURL LEFT + OVERPOWER!!!
That’s it for the Night Sky Tournament for Golf Clash, good luck everyone! 🙂