The finishing hole on the West Course is a strong one. The tee shot is blind but the ideal line is clearly defined by the bunker embedded in the hill on the horizon.
Stronger players fire far over the sand; those hugging the line of rough down the right inevitably finish closer to green than those driving safely down the left.
The fairway tips hard from right to left, almost guaranteeing a lie above your feet for the second shot.
Although bunkers cut across almost the entire length of the approach, they are not hard up against the green. The green itself slopes hard from left to right, which makes it doubly important to leave the approach shot under the hole. Make an Enquiry