The blind tee is played over a rise to a wide fairway. Long drivers will take advantage of the downslope to set up a pitch to the green. Others will be left with a difficult second shot from a downhill lie. The green is divided into three sections by two severe spines. A shot to the middle section avoids the bunkers which attract short approach shots. If par is sought when the pin is other than centre, risks must be taken to place the approach shot on the desired section of the green.
Hole 11 Details