this simple looking par 4, a wide fairway awaits your drive. There's just
one little pot bunker out on the left side about 230 yds. from back tees. Don't
hit it into this bunker. It's like the famous Road Hole at St. Andrews… you will
have to hit out sideways at best. I've only hit into it once and will always play
a little right. The wind blows from right and pushes your drive down the middle
towards this 10 foot deep hole in the ground. On the approach shot it is easy
to find another hidden pot bunker on the right side of the green, invisible from
the fairway. It's a short iron approach but wind is into and from the right. Be
careful of the OB left of the green about 10 -15 yards left. A good short hole
and a well-played approach awards you with a birdie.
up the right side and made sure to carry the pot bunkers there. From 110 yards,
2 putted for par.
Tip: Bang the driver up the right side and hit a wedge right at it. If the
pin is back right take a little extra to carry hidden pot bunkers.