Ryder Cup Tournament (September 24th, 2020)
Get ready for yet another tournament coming your way. It’s the much-awaited Ryder Cup Tournament. With a total of 9 holes, the course is set in the beautiful country side of the English South Coast.
White Cliffs – Hole #1 (Par 4)
|Spin||3 bars top, 5 bars right||–|
|Club(s)||The Quarterback (Rookie); The Thorn (Pro/Expert)||any|
Here we have a tricky hole in the Ryders Cup Tournament. Use Quarterback to reach the desired distance. It would be wise to use at least three topspin bars to the right and get as close to the pin as possible.
For the second shot, you can use the elevation as required by the placement. The closer the ball gets to the pin, the lesser the elevation. It will help you get the distance that you missed in the drive.
White Cliffs – Hole #2 (Par 3)
|Spin||2 Top, 4.5 Left|
|Club(s)||The Sniper (Rookie); The Sniper (Pro/Expert)|
For Hole 2, the ideal way to get close to the pin is to use topspin. For the adjustment, you can use the maximum distance and 25% overadjustment. You could also use backspin. However, you have to make sure that you have at least 5 to 6 parts of backspin.
I also suggest you play with a power 1 ball and not go after any heavy ball. As for the club, you can go with ‘The Sniper’. The higher level of Sniper you have, the better it is for your game. It will help you aim directly at the pin and get the best shot.
White Cliffs – Hole #3 (Par 5)
|Spin||2.5 Bars Top & maximum to the left||2 Bar Top & 2.5 Left|
|Ball||Malin (Rookie) | Quasar (Pro/Expert)|
|Club(s)||The Sniper (Rookie); The Sniper (Pro/Expert)||The Sniper (Rookie); The Sniper (Pro/Expert)|
The objective of the first shot is to reach as close to the pin as possible. With the Marlin ball and two and half bar topspin combined with maximum sidespin, you can actually get a nice angle to reach closer to the pin for the second shot.
For the second shot, play it without elevation. Use 2 bars top right and 2.5 on the left to get the perfect position. If all goes well, you will find a convenient position to putt. Make sure to choose the right club and ball. It helps a lot.
White Cliffs – Hole #4 (Par 3)
|Spin||Maximum Backspin, 3 Right|
|Ball||Katana (Rookie), Katana (Pro/Expert)|
|Club(s)||The Gaurdian (Rookie), Sniper (Rookie/Pro)|
You will need maximum backspin and 2-3 bars sidespin on the right to bring the ball close to the pin. The hole is downhill and the ball will be affected mid-air by the wind. Play maximum distance to get the best position for the putt.
Getting the aim right is a major factor in this case. The bounce on the fairway should be away from the bunker else you will lose the shot. If you’re lucky, you could even get a hole-in-one.
White Cliffs – Hole #5 (Par 5)
|Spin||4.5 Bars on Top, 2 on Left||6 Bars on Top, 2 on Left|
|Ball||Titan (Rookie), Titan (Pro/Expert)|
|Club(s)||The Big Dawg (Rookie/Pro/Expert)||–|
This is one of the toughest holes in the Ryder Cup Tournament. You will want to use at least four and a half bars of topspin. Avoid any elevation for this shot.
The second shot is comparatively difficult. Add 6 bars on topspin and 2 bars on the left sidespin. This could help you get closer to green. If you can come this far without any hassle, you can have a fair chance of making it right. Just make sure to select the right ball and club.
White Cliffs – Hole #6 (Par 4)
|Spin||4.5 Top & 5 Right||Backspin 3 Bars|
|Ball||Marlin (Rookie), Kingmaker (Pro, Expert)|
|Club(s)||Extra Mile (Rookie), Extra Mile (Pro/Expert)||The Goliath (Rookie), The Thorn (Pro/Expert)|
This one is the most challenging Par 4 in the Ryder Cup Tournament. The objective of the drive should be to get the ball as far down as possible. On the right side, you want to use four and a half bars of sidespin for your drive.
When it comes to choosing the right club, use Marlin as it gives you the convenience of using the sidespin to the left and sets you in a better position for the second shot.
For the second shot, you will want to use all the sidespin that you have. If all goes well, you can have a very good chance for an eagle with this shot.
White Cliffs – Hole #7 (Par 3)
|Spin||1 Top & 2.5 Side Spin on the Right|
|Ball||Quasar (Rookie) , Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|Club(s)||The Sniper(Rookie & Pro)|
This is a considerably easy hole & you can get closer to the pin. It is recommended that you do not use any curl. There are a lot of bouncy spots in the fairway. Dont attempt anything fancy here, and you are good to go.
White Cliffs – Hole #8 (Par 4)
|Spin||2.5 Bar Backspin||–|
|Ball||Marlin (Rookie & Pro)|
|Club(s)||The Sniper(Rookie & Pro)||Thorn or Hornet (Rookie/Pro/Expert)|
The more backspin, the more control you will have. If you have more backspin, you can move further up in the fairway which will make it easier for you to position for a better shot.
For the second shot, you must be prepared for a upwill bounce. The second bounce will probably be on the green and you will have to keep that in mind while playing the shot.
White Cliffs – Hole #9 (Par 5)
|Spin||2.5 Bars Backspin, 5 Sidespin on the right||1 Bars Backspin, 5 Sidespin on the right|
|Ball||Titan (Rookie), Kingmaker (Pro/Expert)|
|Club(s)||The Big Dawg (Rookie & Pro)||The Big Dawg (Rookie), The Cataclysm (Pro)|
The drive is really important at this hole. You need to focus on positioning yourself at the drive to be able to get a good second shot. Aim the ball to reach the center of the island. Be careful not to get it into the bunker.
In the second shot, use as much sidespin to the right and also a little backspin.Get the direction right and you could get an albatross in the Ryder Cup Tournament.
Good luck in the Tournament 🙂
If you want to check out a text guide for an older tournament you can see them here on the second page: