Patrick and his daughter, Rachel Wilkinson, are back to take us on a playing tour of the challenging par-five Hole No. 10 at Diamondback. See how she navigates the multiple challenges this hole creates, and take notes for your next visit!
Hello, and welcome to Diamondback Golf Club! My name is Patrick Wilkinson, and I’m the general manager here. Today, we’re on Hole No. 10. It’s a par five, a 530-yard hole from the white tees, slight dogleg to the right.
You actually have two areas of real trouble here. The first area is to hit it through this narrow chute of trees that you see behind me, to cover a bit of the swampy area. The second part is to keep it out of the pond that’s hidden around the right side of the trees. Today my daughter, Rachel Wilkinson, will be able to hit a tee shot from here and show you how to play your second shot, which we’ll show you in just a few minutes.
As you can see, Rachel hit a perfect tee shot here in the middle of the fairway on Hole No. 10. This is a three-shot hole, so for her second shot he has to navigate between the one tree that is the actual symbol of this hole that makes it the toughest thing in the world, to get around this little tree you see behind me. You’ve got water to the right, so she’ll hit hybrid here and lay it to about 100 yards out, and then she’ll hit a nice, easy wedge into a green that’s guarded by a bunker on the left, a bunker on the right, and it’s kind of a pear-shaped green so she should be able to make birdie here.
I’d like to thank you for watching the video for how to play the golf hole today, and I’d like to you invite you to come out and play Diamondback Golf Club on your next visit to the Myrtle Beach area. You can look us up on our website at PlayDiamondbackGolf.com, or give us a call at 843-756-3264. We look forward to seeing you on your next visit to Myrtle Beach!