Finding the Golf Tee to Green locations is the objective of one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.
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How hitting a golf ball from tee to green on different holes works in Fortnite
For the Week 5 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:
- Hit a golf ball from tee to green on different holes (5 total, 5 Battle Stars)
Another challenge from this week is the Snobby Shores Treasure Map location.
What this challenge means is there are golf tees across the map, and after hitting the ball from each one to the nearby green in five different locations, you'll complete the challenge.
How do you do that, exactly? Using the new Golf Ball Toy added in Season 5. First, purchase the Battle Pass, then reach Tier 27, giving you the Toy. Next, go to your Emotes and equip it.
Wherever you use it, you'll pull out a golf club and ball, and hit it in front of you. The way you aim it changes the type of hit - aim low for a putt, while aiming high into the air gives it a good swing into the distance.
Stand next to the tee - which is noted by the round balls and a number on a nearby sign - then locate the green, which has the red flag. If you're struggling to find the tee, then find a red flag first, then look around for the tee it's connected to - essentially working backwards. (Or, use our locations on the second half of this page.)
Now aim towards it and use the emote. You'll have to wait for it to stop rolling before the attempt is deemed successful.
Like the basketball hoop locations earlier in the season, it might take a few attempts to get it right - make sure you are aiming high enough to improve your chances. You'll know you are successful when the challenge notification appears in the top-left corner.
Also, make sure you complete the match, as quitting early can sometimes reset your accomplishment.
Though playing golf attracts a little less attention than playing basketball in the previous challenge, hitting a golf ball can see leave you open to attack. As such, you'll want to do it when you are alone, so other players can't attack you.
If you are struggling, then we recommend trying it one of the LTM modes - such as 50v50 - which splits the map so you're surrounded by other friendly players more often, meaning you won't be obstructed from climbing up and getting on with the challenge.
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Fortnite Golf Tee to Green locations: Where are the Golf Tee to Green locations in Fortnite?
Though you need a total of five Golf Tee Holes, the good news is they are all in one place, specifically Lazy Links in the north of the map.
There, there are a total of nine Golf Tee to Green locations.
You won't have to work hard to find five out of the nine. If you can, grab an ATK golf cart and race around the course, and provided no one else is around you, you'll tick them off in no time at all.
Their specific locations are as follows:
North-east of Lazy Links is a tee, with the green to the west:
Just above the S in 'Lazy Links' on the map is a tee, with the green to the north-east:
South of the N and the K in 'Lazy Links' on the map is another, with the green to the north:
Next to the pavement on the southern-most point is a tee, with the green to the north-east:
On top of the L in 'Links' on the map, with the green to the south:
South-west of Lazy Links, just south of the path is another tee, with the green to the east:
West of Lazy Links, between two greens, is a tee, with the green to the south being the one you should aim for:
North of Lazy Links, west of the main building, has a tee with the green off to the west:
Far north-west of Lazy Links is a tee, with the green to the south: