Walk off the back of the 2nd green towards the elevated 3rd tee take a moment to tip your hat to George Golightly a fine golfer past and a true gentleman of the game. The 3rd tee high above the heavily sloped fairway, a collection of high willow trees in the dip just before the water hazard all waiting to collect a stray tee shot, is driver too much? Do I take an iron? These are questions you need to consider when teeing off, the line is just to the right of the willow trees with the ball landing on the top of the bank and bounding down into the centre of the fairway, anything too far left rough, copse of trees and any amount of trouble awaits as well as being blocked out onto the elevated green, too far right the ball bounces straight right into the water hazard or worse still the trees beyond. The second shot is tricky, elevated green into an avenue of trees, swirling wind can and will catch you out so take notice of the weather conditions, the green is two tiered, long and slopey, there are no bunkers but trouble awaits an errant approach shot. 2 putts is a good result.
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