New par 4, approximately reversing the old 7th, from stepped high tees
Robert Trent Jones Snr. said:
“Elevation of tees can be critical...”
HCP 0-9: Great driving hole, time to open the shoulders and position yourself on the plateau giving you a full nine or eight iron onto a receptive green.
HCP: 10-18: A must driver hole and once you find the landing area you are faced with many hazards. I would suggest a 6 iron to carry the stream give the player a chance to reach the green.
HCP: 19+: A super hole to try out your driver and reach the landing area. The hole is slightly dogleg to the right. Need a fairly low iron to carry the stream or lay up and use a wedge to make bogie.
Green: A large green which is well guarded by water to the left and a stream in front. Difficult pin position is back left with very little room for error.