The final three holes tend to be regarded by the members as card makers or breakers. Beginning with the sixteenth players are met with a tough par 4.
A wide fairway should be relatively simple to find from the tee. Bear in mind that it slopes from left to right coaxing balls into the right hand fairway bunker. The second shot is where the hole demands good golf. It is played to a three tier green with a deep bunker guarding the front. Taking enough club is important as you really don’t want to end up in the bunker. Aiming left is the safe option, at worst leaving yourself a chip and a putt for par.
Beware the greenkeeper’s favourite pin position directly behind the bunker, only the brave (or is it the daft) will attack this one.