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Sara Bay Classic
Sarasota, Florida
Apr 21-23
Sara Bay Country Club
Sarasota, Florida
  • Format: 54 holes
  • Purse: $110,000
  • Par: 72
  • History:

    This is the sixth year for this tournament

  • Yardage: 6,414

In 2017, Hannah Green (Perth, Australia) finished at 2-under par, 214 after a final round 1-over 73 to earn her first career Symetra Tour victory at the Sara Bay Classic. Green, 20, was the only player to finish under par for the tournament on the Donald Ross design at Sara Bay Country Club. The 2017 Symetra Tour rookie bested playing partner and 36-hole leader Benyapa Niphatsophon (Bangkok, Thailand) and Princess Superal (Dasmarinas City, Philippines) who tied for second place at even par.

Hole Description

401 yards Par 4: Requires good strong drive and mid-iron approach to a green sloped back to front. Difficult opening hole.
408 yards Par 4: Drive here must hold right side of the fairway with slight dogleg right bend. Avoid greenside bunkers on the left; Green is open in front - allows to run ball up.
367 yards Par 4: Slight dogleg left; drive should favor right side to stay clear of fairway bunkers.
141 yards Par 3: Difficult short hole; played to a small green with traps guarding the left and right front.
337 yards Par 4: Dogleg left that crosses water twice. 190 yard tee shot will leave the player in position to play a short iron to a plateau green.
340 yards Par 4: Drive down the left side fairway; avoiding fairway bunkers on right – leaves approach shot to a well bunkered green.
533 yards Par 5: Typically a three shot hole with plenty of room on left side for driver. A well played second shot down the left side fairway leaves the best angle to a difficult approach that slopes off on left side of green.
167 yards Par 3: A terrific par 3 with a creek that runs just in front of the green on an angle that can be troubling. Very little trouble left or just short of the green.
467 yards Par 5: Risk reward drive down the right side of the dogleg that challenges the bunkers and out of bounds will give you a favorable bounce that leaves the player in position to make birdie.
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