Hole Eight

  • Par 


  • 317

Hole Seven Hole Nine

Our risk and reward par 4 challenges the player to either have a blast at the green or tactically play the hole as a two shotter. Those brave enough to attempt to drive the green will find themselves with and eagle putt but if misjudged water, bunkers and large run offs await. If the player prefers to lay up then the pine tree in the distance is the perfect marker. This double green which is shared with the 3rd falls away towards the back right of the green leaving the player with a tough two putt.

Pro’s Tip

“Players are offered a choice when reaching this risk and reward par 4. Those brave enough can try and drive the green but water, deep bunkers and large run-offs will catch misjudged approaches. The ideal lay-up is to hit your tee shots towards the lone pine tree. This leaves a straightforward approach to this double green that slopes gently away from the players. If the hole is played smartly, a great birdie chance awaits."

Rob McGuirk

Director of Golf at Prince's Golf Club

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