A classic example of a dogleg, this right-to-left hole is the epitome of risk and reward. Imposing trees to the left of the elbow must be cleared for the risk to pay off, whilst the more conservative shot needs to stop-short of a fairway bunker. The green (yes, bunkers left and right) is again two-tiered and will require a confident, well-struck approach shot.
“For this dogleg left, the tee shot needs to be hit a minimum of 180 yards to get past the trees on the left and a maximum of 240 yards or you will run out of fairway to leave a straight shot into a long narrow green.”
Monday 17th July 2023
Well Done Pippa - Cycling from Lands End to John O'Groats