Described by Ben Crenshaw when he first saw the sixteenth hole as one of the most beautiful par threes he had ever seen, this medium length par three requires the strong player to hit only a seven or eight iron.
Designed by Alex Russell, the uniquely shaped green into which the front bunker eats, perfectly separating the front left wing from the front right corner.
When the pin is cut in the front left of the green, the wayward player who finishes right of the bunker, but still on the green may find that the only way to reach the pin is to pitch across the corner of the intruding sand. More bunkers defend the left and back of the green. Make an Enquiry