The eighth is a short par four where most players would expect to pitch to the green with little more that an eight or nine iron.
The bunkers on the left – which contain islands of small tea-tree and heath, separating this hole from the first hole on the East Course – must be avoided.
The green is one of the smallest on the course, with bunkers eating in of the right side and behind. It is best approached from the left half of the fairway. Make an Enquiry