On paper, a birdie opportunity at 279 yards par 4, but far from it. The green can be reached easily but only a small percentage of those who go for it are successful.
A great tee to be driving from, one of the highest points on the course revealing fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.
The correct play would be a medium to long iron from the tee leaving you in a position on the fairway to play a long bump and run and hope for the best.
This is certainly the smallest green on the course and the trickiest to putt on... Never concede a putt on the 11th green.
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Players may use buggies and trolleys ‘through the green’ but must follow all instructions, directions, and signs.
In particular players must not:
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Beautiful course with stunning views and very well kept greens.