A par 4 dogleg right. A good hole for the thinkers and a birdie chance for the brave but, is the reward worth the risk?
Robert Trent Jones Snr. said:
“Hazards make golf what it is, adding to the work of art that is a golf course”
HCP 0-9: A fairway wood / 1 or 2 iron with draw to the centre/ left edge of the green for the brave.
HCP: 10-18: Driver / fairway wood with a little fade to bring you centre of fairway short of the two fairway trees. 2nd short, short iron / wedge over the trees into the green.
HCP: 19+: Driver aiming to the left hand side of the fairway, there is only trouble to the right of the tee. 2nd shot is a nice short iron over the trees into the green.
Green: A midsized undulating green and slopes down left to right. A good putting surface, protected by the 2 fairway trees and 2 front greenside bunkers.