Pro Guide Hole 7 : WESTERN : Par 4 : 439 Yards
This is the first of the doglegs on the new nine holes requiring not only the correct distance and shape of drive but also the confidence to hit a long iron or wood into a tight green. The dog leg goes right with the short cut protected by a mound and heavy rough. A drive to the left could run out of fairway and certainly leave a longer approach shot.
The fairway from the driving landing area is shaped between dunes right and left. The green itself is fairly open although there is a slope which will take a slightly wayward approach to the left into a tricky position for a chip back. To the back left is a small bunker. Right hand side of the green is banked with mounds making for a difficult pitch from that side of the green. One of the most difficult holes to achieve par regardless of wind direction.
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