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Fall Major Tournament Text Guide (November 23rd, 2020)

Quite frequently you will see new tournaments showing up in Golf Clash and they do give you the option to win great prizes and new banners for your profile.

An important part of each single tournament is preparation so I will always update this page here with the next upcoming tournament as well as tips to the included courses and how to play them best.

Fall Major Tournament (November 23rd, 2020)

The Fall Major Tournament is another major tournament held by the Golf Clash franchise. Prep yourself well with this text guide and you will get the opportunity to reach the final hole in the Tournament.

Hole 1 – Par De Paris Par 4

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin Max Top Max Down
⛳️ Overadjust 10% 0%
🏐 Ball The Drive (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Kingmaker (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) Extra Mile (Rookie/Pro/Expert) Big Dawg (Rookie), Sniper 6+ (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

No matter what you do, do not bounce the ball over the water in your drive! Yes, this is a hole in the Fall Major Tournament where you play a shorter drive than you actually could because otherwise, you will have a hill with trees on top right between you and the green in your second shot.

Play the ball gently in between the two bunkers and make it stop at the end before the water, this is the perfect spot to reach the green in your second hit.

In your second hit, you only need full sidespin or add some curl if you don’t have the ball for that and you can directly approach the pin.

This is actually a pretty easy hole in this tournament because there’s almost no risk of messing up and enough space if you can’t hit the perfect shot 🙂

 

Hole 2 – Par De Paris Par 3

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin 2 Back 3 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 20% 0%
🏐 Ball Quasar (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Kingmaker (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) The backbone (Rookie/Pro/Expert) Big Dawg (Rookie), Sniper 6+ (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

For Hole number 3, we need to use a Long Iron that can give us the best ball guideline. I suggest you go for The Backbone. Use backspin as well as side spin to the right. With a 20% elevation, aim at the left of the pin.

 

Hole 3 – Par De Paris Par 5

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin Max top 1 Back, 5 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 10% 5%
🏐 Ball Titan (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Kingmaker (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) The backbone (Rookie/Pro/Expert) Big Dawg, The Guardian (Rookie), Sniper 6+ (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

For Hole number 3, we will be attempting to play a tough par 5. To play the drive, you can go aggressive and try to clear the rough and the bunker.

 

 

For the second shot, you can choose to play either with the Big Dawg or The Guardian. It would be nice to have the backspin and you can play more aggressively. Keep in mind that you should be aiming for the left side of the green as the ball will slide from the left to right.

Hole 4Par De Paris Par 3

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin 2 Top, 1 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 10%
🏐 Ball Quasar (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) The Sniper (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

This is a really tricky hole in the Fall Major Tournament due to the fact that the green is uphill and on a plateau as well so if you come in a little bit too fast or too slow you will either stick before the pin or roll over the green.

Many players like to directly bounce up there and add all their backspin they have to make the ball lucky bounce into or next to the pin – this often doesn’t end well.

You rather want to bounce your way up the hill and use about 3-5 bars of backspin.

A hole-in-one is really tough at this hole and you rather want to get your secure birdie here so focus on getting as close to the pin in your drive 🙂

Hole 5 – Par De Paris Par 4

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin 4 Top, 2 Right Max Back
⛳️ Overadjust 10% 10%
🏐 Ball Marlin (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) The Big Dawg, The Thor,  (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

For Hole number 5, we have a chance to attempt an eagle. Choose to play with a driver that allows at least 4 bars of topspin. You can play with a driver that gives 7 bars of topspin but make sure to not play with more than 7. This may make the ball roll into the bunker and you will lose the chance to get an eagle.

 

For the second shot, you can choose to play with a Short Iron. If you can play for the funnel on the island, this is a really good chance for an eagle.

 

Hole 6 – Par De Paris Par 5

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin 3 Top, 3 Left 3 Back, 2 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 20% 10%
🏐 Ball Katana (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) Sniper  (Rookie/Pro/Expert) Sniper  (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

You want to get on the island and as much to the end of it as possible. Don’t put in too much frontspin or you might roll down and there’s no way you can reach the green in your second shot.

 

For your second shot you will use max overpower and max curl to the left with the Big Dawg to get as close to the green as possible – the green slopes down and if you make it far enough your ball can roll down on it. It’s a risky shot but it can give you some nice below par points in the tournament so it’s worth the risk.

Hole 7 – Par De Paris Par 4

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin 4 Back, 2 Right 3 Back, 2 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 10% 10%
🏐 Ball Quasar (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) Quarterback (Rookie/Pro/Expert) Goliath  (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

For hole number 7, you can opt to play with a Quarterback. Go for a decent amount of backspin. Try to position yourself as far to the right as possible. The more to the right you get, the easier the second shot will be.

 

For the second shot, you can choose a Long Iron to play towards the pin. Use more of the left spin in this case as it will help you to stay far from the rough and the sand while attacking the pin.

 

Hole 8 – Par De Paris Par 3

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin 4 Back, 2 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 10%
🏐 Ball Marlin (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) The Backbone (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

You can use the Backbone for hole number 8. Use 4 bars of backspin and 2 bars of sidespin to the right. Be sure to keep the sidespin very limited as this shot will be played downhill. This Par 3 gives you a fairly good chance to make a hole-in-one.

 

Hole 9 – Par De Paris Par 5

Drive 2nd Shot
↩️ Spin Max Left, 2 Top 6 Top, 4 Right
⛳️ Overadjust 0% 10%
🏐 Ball Titan (Rookie/Pro/Expert)
🏑 Club(s) The Big Dawg (Rookie/Pro/Expert) The Big Dawg (Rookie/Pro/Expert)

For hole number 9, you need to play on the right side. Playing on the left side will not help you in any way. Make sure to note your ball guideline position as this is going to be a key factor in bringing you close to the winning moment in the game.

It is important to get the right Wood Club for the second shot. You can go with The Big Dawg as it will help you get as close to the green as possible. Try to play the shot in between the trees. Use a little bit of curl to the right and you can get the ball very close to the pin even if you do not get an albatross.

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  1. Hello there,
    What is meant by Silver State?
    Is state is as in one of the US states “the silver country” or it’s meant to describe a condition “the silver condition”?
    Kindly advise!

  2. On the St. Patrick Tournament 2020.

    I think there’s a mistake on Drumore Links Hole #6 (Par 5)
    It should be 20% 1st shot and 20% 2nd shot (not 20/-10)
    Can you confirm?
    Thanks

  3. Love your site. Wish I could print them but the ads are just too much. Thanks for the info though. I’d rather pay you and lose the ads.

    • Thanks 🙂 I wanted to have this info out for everyone for free rather than charging for it, so ads are a part. You can use an ad blocker if you want to 😉
      You can just print this page in your browser, should work just fine without paying

    • When playing downhill you need to adjust wind more as the ball has mor time to get affected by the wind. If you would normally adjust 2 rings, here you need to adjust 2.2 rings 🙂

  4. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this text guide. I have never had it so straightforward, comfortable and thrilled playing in a tourney, like I did today.

  5. How are you doing big boss! I would love, love, to see wind charts like that with adjustment (Ball Wind Resistance, Playing Downhill, etc.) for all the shots. Thank you for your service!

  6. Thanks big boss for the Vineyard tournament text guide! Does Tommy Golf use it to prepare his YouTube tutorials? I could not help but notice the uncanny similarity of his vineyard rookie tutorial, which came out later, including the use of similar phraseology to your work.

    Kind regards.

  7. Sequoia Creek Hole #9 (Par 5) Drive straight through the trees over the bunker onto the Right Fairway and you will find yourself with and Albatross chance and a guaranteed Eagle

    • I double checked, everything is there… “You really want to play the drive on the left side to get into a position that can get you to the green in your second shot. The islands looks intimidating but it’s actually not that difficult to land on. You need to bounce over that bunker there with a small backspin to make the ball stop and good sidespin to the left to get a nice line. In your second shot you can now approach the green but aiming for the albatross here is really difficult as the fairway slopes at the middle point giving the ball a different direction from just hitting one inch more to the right or left. Aim a little to the right of the pin as the green slopes down towards the pin, this will be better when you want to get lucky for the albatross. Use some topspin to get uphill here.”

  8. Hole #5 and Hole #6 are switched in the tournament. It messed me up a bit on qualifying. Other than that, I appreciate everything you do : ) .

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