A well hit short to mid iron is required to a green with pin locations often out of view from the tee. Directly in front of the tee is a steep slope that leads to a water hazard that is often in the forefront of a player’s mind as a swing is made. The green is offered protection by a bunker catching shots that drift short and right of the target.
Once on the green, what seems like a relatively flat green features some subtle breaks. Putting needs to be precise over long distances as the speed of the green can see a firmly struck putt drift past leading to a testing return putt.
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