Hole Eleven: 73 metres – Roadside Green

A compact par three played along a cliff edge (right) with trees very close on the left, including one in the green, partially obscuring the view, which doesn’t help. This shot really must be absolutely straight and long is not good.  Spectacular views and exposure to wind are features of this hole. Despite its modest length this hole is rarely parred due to the tee-stress factor.  Two revetted pot bunkers to the right save some pushed tee shots about to go over the cliff.

This hole really does ask you the question and usually it’s not answered satisfactorily. One of our more distinguished members (and twice holder of our course record) considers this par three as one of the hardest he has played.

Hole fifteen is harder…

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