A tight par 4 with trouble on both right and left. Fairway falls right to left. Wise to club down on approach shot to the sunken bowl effect green
Robert Trent Jones Snr. said:
“Instead of having one long tee, I broke it up into separate tees”
HCP 0-9: A straight drive is important will leave only a wedge to the pin. Maybe “driveable” in perfect condition for the big hitters. Chance to score well.
HCP: 10-18: Driver / fairway wood, down the centre / right hand side of fairway, avoiding the two left side fairway bunkers. 2nd shot will be a wedge into the green, again chance to score well here.
HCP: 19+: A straight driver / fairway wood. For the bigger hitters the two left side fairway bunkers may come into play. 2nd shot with a mid / short iron into the green.
Green: A lovely receptive mid-sized green, elongated and sloping form back to front. Protected by 1 left hand greenside bunker and out of bounds at the rear.