Part of my job is to spend time considerable time each and every day searching the Internet for spectacular Golden Tee YouTubes.
It is a wonderful responsibility. It is time consuming. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I am a huge Golden Tee nerd who loves what he does.
Each year, the moment the new courses are released, a handful of trends becoming apparent. Last year, it was all about those rock-induced bounces on, well, Rocky. Oh, they were everywhere.
This year, it’s all about the elusive Super Albatross—the hole-in-one on a par-5.
In particular, it’s all about Antelope Pass No. 14. While there are potentially ace-able par-5s in the game—looking at you, Volcano Palms—Antelope houses one of the best opportunities to come away with this unique achievement.
It’s there every time; there are rock formations capable of helping out; there are a variety of shots that work. I have seen dozens of these holes-in-one already, and in an effort to show just how this is being done, I’ve put a handful of these below.
Plus, more than strategy, it really never gets old watching a par-5 get conquered. Here’s what’s happening on Antelope 14.