HSBC Women’s World Championship About the Hole
This week focuses on the 13th hole at Sentosa Golf Club, a clear scoring opportunity that forces players to choose a strategy from the tee.
HSBC Women’s World Championship Opportunity
The tee shot on this dogleg-left hole is key with bunkers on the left and right protecting the landing zone. Players can lay up short for safety or go long and right, in a bid to reach the green in two. The elevated green runs front to back, and overly aggressive shots will likely bound over the back of the green.
HSBC Women’s World Championship Insight
The Aon Insight is that the hole location should determine strategy. In 2018, hole locations to the left or center of the green resulted in more than half of the field making birdie.
HSBC Women’s World Championship Advantage
There is plenty of Risk and Reward on the volatile 13th with scores ranging from Eagle (3) to Double Bogey (7). To gain an advantage players have to be bold with their game plan and precise in execution to find the green in two.