This is one of the best long holes in the country – and always has been. The fairway bunkering has been repositioned a little but the basics of placing the ball properly with the long second shot are still critical to playing the hole well. The green is located closer to the water – and when the pin is on the right it will be better to approach from close to the water. You don’t really want to be attacking a right hand pin from the far left of the fairway.
* The longest hole. This is a tough one and the surest way to make more than six is to find the water. To make an easy six, tack the ball around the left middle of the fairway and do not fool around with the edges of the green with the pitch shots.