Hole Five

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Hole Four Hole Six

Bloody Point our new signature par 3 situated in the far corner of Prince’s is the shortest hole on the course. Picking the correct club is of paramount importance as this raised green has steep run off areas surrounding the green and very deep pot bunker protecting the front left hand side of the green. This green slopes gently from right to left and those who's tee shot finishes on the left side of the green will have the best opportunity to get their birdie.

Pro’s Tip

“‘Bloody Point’ was built during the re-imagining of the Himalayas course and is now the shortest hole on the course. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is an easy hole, steep run-off areas will catch any wayward approaches and the deep pot bunker on the left of the green is a real danger. Clubbing is a real challenge. Depending on wind direction, approaches can be played with anything between a 5 iron – Sand Wedge. The green slopes from right to left, meaning tee shots played to the left of the green will leave the best opportunity for a birdie."

Rob McGuirk

Director of Golf at Prince's Golf Club

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