(Scrath Guide) For the longer hitter, a fairway wood or a long-iron is ideal for this short Par 4. The elevated green drops off both sides, so the approach from the slight left dog-leg is critical, given the green also slopes left to right and from the back to the front. A bunker protects the left flank. This is a birdie, or a double/treble bogey hole for the unwary. (Bogey Guide) You can hit anything from a driver or a rescue from this tee. The elevated green drops off both sides, so the approach is critical given the green also slopes left to right and from the back to the front. A bunker protects the left flank. A very tricky hole and classed as our signature hole.

 

Marker Gender Par Stroke Distance
   Blue   4 8 307
   Purple   4 4 111
   White   4 8 289
   Yellow   4 6 261
   Purple   4 4 111
   Terracotta   4 10 257
   White   4 10 289
   Yellow   4 10 261
 
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