4th Anniversary Tournament (January 18th, 2021)
Hard to believe that Golf Clash already is 4 years out, how fast time went by, right? To celebrate this we will have the 4th Anniversary Tournament coming up next.
To give you some extra help, here are my text guides. 🙂
Sequoia Creek Hole #1 (Par 4)
|↩️ Spin||Max Top; Max Left||1 Top|
|🏐 Ball||Quasar (Rookie), Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|🏑 Club(s)||Extra Mile (Rookie/Pro/Expert)||Backbone (Rookie), Hornet (Pro/Expert), Grizzly (Pro/Expert)|
You can start the 4th Anniversary Tournament off with a solid chance for an eagle without risking much in the first Par 4 by playing on the right side, which is not that difficult to play if you adjust the extra downhill with your wind adjustment. Use all topspin and some sidespin to the left and you will get yourself into a nice position.
Now you can approach the pin directly in your second shot and the best option you have here is using the rough bump or you will have problems slowing the ball down enough to not come in too hot for the pin.
With the rough bump use a small amount of topspin to get the right speed and aim straight for the pin while adjusting wind right.
Sequoia Creek Hole #2 (Par 3)
|↩️ Spin||4+ Back; 1-2 Left|
|🏐 Ball||Quasar (Rookie), Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|🏑 Club(s)||Big Dawg (Rookie)||Sniper 4+ (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Cataclysm (Pro/Expert)|
This Par 3 looks harder than it is, the fairway actually bounces the ball more towards the pin that you would expect (for whatever reason), so aiming like you can see on the image is getting you straight towards the pin.
Add some backspin and sidespin and you have a solid chance to land your hole-in-one here.
Glenmonarch Estate Hole #3 (Par 5)
|↩️ Spin||5 Top, 3 Left||1 Top, 3 Left|
|🏐 Ball||Titan (Rookie), Kingmaker, Deadball (Pro/Expert)|
|🏑 Club(s)||Big Dawg (Rookie), Big Dawg, Cataclysm (Pro/Expert||Big Dawg (Rookie), Big Dawg, Cataclysm (Pro/Expert)|
For Hole number 3, you have to play the shot carefully. There is no room for error for a hole like this. Aim the shot for placing the ball over the rough. It would be great if you could get the ball to stop before it reaches the rough and the sand on the top.
For the second shot, go for a club with distance. Use 1 – 3 bars of topspin, in case you reach the center of the fairway in the first shot.
Porthello Cove Hole #4 (Par 3)
|↩️ Spin||4.5 Back, 1 Left|
|🏐 Ball||Navigator (Rookie), Kingmaker, Bandera (Pro/Expert|
|🏑 Club(s)||Backbone, Sniper (Rookie), Grizzly, Sniper (Pro/Expert)|
This is one of the toughest Par 3 you will find in the 4th Anniversary Tournament of Golf Clash. The fairway is inconsistent and the risk of getting into the rough is high while playing this hole. Using a windball will be a great advantage for this hole. Aim accurately for a double bounce on the green.
Porthello Cove Hole #5 (Par 4)
|↩️ Spin||2 Back, 2.5 Right||4 Back|
|🏐 Ball||Marlin, Quasar (Rookie), Marlin, Titan (Pro/Expert)|
|🏑 Club(s)||Quarterback/Big Topper (Rookie), Grizzly/Apocalypse Pro/Expert)||Quarterback/Big Topper (Rookie), Grizzly/Apocalypse Pro/Expert)|
Use the Quarterback, Big Topper or Apocalypse for this hole and if there’s no strong tailwind you need to pick the left or right lane to play.
I personally use the line that will give me a straight headwind or tailwind for the second hit in the 4th Anniversary Tournament. Playing the first hit will be adding backspin and trying to get as far on the fairway as possible and then aim for the pin in the second hit with enough backspin to stop on the green – I normally bounce it on the rough to slow the ball down enough.
With strong tailwind you can use max curl to the left to bounce at the end of the fairway and use all the frontspin you have to directly head for the green. No need to overpower your shot.
Glenmonarch Estate Hole #6 (Par 5)
|↩️ Spin||–||Max Curl Right|
|? Ball||Titan (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|? Club(s)||Extra Mile (Rookie/Pro/Expert);||Big Dawg (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Thorn or Hornet (Pro/Expert)|
I wouldn’t recommend to go over the rough here in your drive because it requires you to use max overpower and you need tailwind for that.
Rather play it conservatively and lay up before the rough and play it from there.
For your second shot, you will need the distance and your goal is to get on the fairway as close to the green as possible to get a nice shot at the pin in your third shot. This is not the hole that will get you much below par in the 4th Anniversary Tournament so play it for the secure birdie.
You also need to use max curl to the right with this shot without adding and spin.
Glenmonarch Estate Hole #7 (Par 3)
|↩️ Spin||1-2 Back|
|? Ball||Marlin /Rookie/Pro), Quasar (Pro/Expert)|
|? Club(s)||Viper(Rookie/Pro)||Sniper (Rookie/Pro/Expert)|
This is another real easy Par 3 hole here in the 4th Anniversary Tournament in Golf Clash that you can play really straight ahead. Make sure that your wood club is able to reach that distance (might not of you use the Sniper and you have it lower than Level 4) and aim for the rough spot to directly aim at the pin.
Now use a little backspin (1 bar unless there’s a straight tailwind, then use 2 bars). Don’t forget to adjust 20% extra as you play downhill 🙂
Porthello Cove Hole #8 (Par 4)
|↩️ Spin||4 Top||3 Back, 1 Right|
|⛳️ Overadjust||10%||– 10%|
|🏐 Ball||Navigator/Quasar (Rookie), Titan/Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|🏑 Club(s)||Viper (Rookie), Sniper/Guardian (Pro/Expert)|
For the drive, you want to get the ball as far down the fairway as possible. Use a Power 3 ball for maximum benefits while playing this shot.
For the second shot, aim for the pin and go with a pull angle. It is going to be a rough bump to the pin. The shot has to be played uphill so that it is less affected by the wind.
Sequoia Creek Hole #9 (Par 5)
|↩️ Spin||Max Top; Max Left; 50% Curl Right||2 Top|
|🏐 Ball||Katana (Rookie), Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|🏑 Club(s)||Extra Mile (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Apocalypse (Pro/Expert)||Big Dawg (Rookie/Pro/Expert), Cataclysm (Pro/Expert)|
I like the approach of playing the left side fairway with the drive but not risking curl but doing a rough bump here to get a good spot for that second shot.
Use also some curl, like half a ball, along with maximum topspin and sidespin and you will get yourself into nice spot without risking getting into the rough.
Now you can approach the green by bouncing over the rough line and you will have a lot easier time here than playing this Par 5 on the right side where it heavily slopes.
Add a little topspin and you will not have any problems getting on the green and close to the pin to get the eagle here.
If you want to check out a text guide for an older tournament you can see them here on the second page: