Not the biggest surprise but also really awesome that we see the Ryder Cup also featured in Golf Clash with a special 9-Hole Cup tournament that starts on September 24th.
Remember, it’s a 9-Hole Cup so it’s only for 3 days so you will not have 3 days of qualification.
The Ryder Cup features the holes of the White Cliffs course in Golf Clash and you can already practice them in Tour 5 and Tour 12.
Our text guides for the Ryder Cup 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 - White Cliffs (Par 4)
We start off in the Ryder Cup Tournament with this Par 4 and you want to get down the fairway on the right side as far as possible so you need some sidespin here and a driver with solid curl.
You need to cut that corner as much as possible so use all your sidespin to the right as well as maximum curl to the right as well. If you feel comfortable use maximum topspin but I don't recommend overpower because if you miss you can get into the rough and miss the eagle here.
If you successfully played the drive you can now use a short iron to approach the pin directly, like the Thorn. Bounce on the fairway once and use a good amount of backspin to go for the eagle in this Par 4 of the Ryder Cup Tournament.
Hole #2 - White Cliffs (Par 3)
The second hole here in the Ryder Cup Tournament is a Par 3 and it’s not an easy one, still with a decent chance to get the hole-in-one. The best way to play it is not fully maxing your distance with your wood club or you need a lot of backspin, so playing on the first fairway is the best way here.
Add all the sidespin to the left that you have and some topspin and aim straight for the pin - a better ball guideline here helps a lot.
Hole #3 - White Cliffs (Par 5)
This Par 5 in the Ryder Cup is actually pretty decent and if you don’t mess up the drive and get on the island on the right lane, you have a pretty clear shot towards the pin and a good chance for the albatross here.
Getting to the island requires some curl and sidespin so you can use a good amount of topspin to get as far down that fairway as possible.
In the second shot you can approach the pin directly and you will bounce on the fairway a few times so add some topspin to get enough speed to reach the green (without adding too much!)
Hole #4 - White Cliffs (Par 3)
This is a super tricky Par 3 in the Ryder Cup Tournament in Golf Clash as you need a wood club with a ton of backspin to slow down the ball as there’s no way to actually do a rough bump or anything else.
Bounce on the fairway with the second bounce on the green and the ball guideline straight towards the pin and add as much backspin as you can to get close to the pin. A hole-in-one here is extremely difficult so rather go for the birdie.
Hole #5 - White Cliffs (Par 5)
This is one of the Par 5 in Golf Clash that simply have too much distance to actually go for the albatross. You really need to make sure that you get as much distance in with your drive so you can reach the green in two shots.
Use at least 6 bars of topspin or you will need to use some overpower here with your drive to really get the distance and as far down the fairway as possible. The fairway is straight so don't be afraid of going for the 400+ yards shot here.
This is tough because you play close to the rough so be careful with overpower here but add all topspin to make it up that small hill in front of the green. If you reach the green in your second shot you did a good job on this Par 5.
Hole #6 - White Cliffs (Par 4)
In the second Par 4 of the Ryder Cup Tournament in Golf Clash I really recommend using the conservative line here as the aggressive one over the rough won’t give you a huge advantage for the risk.
Straight line with maximum topspin and aim between the bunker and the rough. It's a super low-risk shot.
The second shot is all about adjusting the wind correctly as the elevation in front of the green will move the ball direction after the bounce dramatically. Use some backspin to get the right speed.
Hole #7 - White Cliffs (Par 3)
Calling this Par 3 a decent chance for a hole-in-one in the Ryder Cup Tournament wouldn’t fit it perfectly but it’s a lot better than the previous Par 3. You need to bounce over the bunker and make the ball stop, that’s your main priority.
Play as close at the bunker as you can so your second bounce will be before the hill in front of the green, this prevents your ball from changing direction too much.
Hole #8 - White Cliffs (Par 4)
This Par 4 in the Ryder Cup Tournament can be tricky but the birdie is something really easy to get here. If you have a decent score you can play it safe for the birdie or risk the extra below-par if you need to.
The drive here is actually pretty easy but you want to add some backspin to prevent getting too far and exceeding the fairway.
Now you approach the pin but it looks a lot easier than it is. Use some backspin and the second bounce on the green for the easy-birdie-version. If you want to risk it, go ahead with maximum distance and use a ton of backspin.
Hole #9 - White Cliffs (Par 5)
Welcome to one of the craziest holes in Golf Clash when it comes to playing downhill. Wind adjustment here is crucial so make sure to add the extra adjustment or use our wind calculator below!
Play your drive on the right side and add some backspin and all sidespin to the right to land on that fairway spot in front of the bunker
Here's the tricky part that you play massively downhill. Your goal is to get the ball on the green, approaching the pin is just luck here so pay your full attention bouncing over the rough and adjusting the wind correctly.
That’s it for the Ryders Cup Tournament for Golf Clash, good luck everyone! 🙂