Hole Fifteen: 175 metres – Gums Green
The hardest hole, this is a long par three into the prevailing wind, to a wide but shallow green, with the cliff to the right and behind the green and a water hazard to the left. A bunker on the right front and deep drainage ditch across the front of the green will prevent low shots reaching the putting surface. Spectacular views to the right seem to act as a magnet - missing the green to the right (and down the cliff) is all too common. Wind is a huge factor here as this shot, along the edge of the cliff, is influenced by winds not apparent on the tee. The tee shot requires anything from a three iron to an eight iron. Par is a rarity and this intimidating hole is best played defensively for a one over.