Hole Seven

  • Par 
  • 571
Hole Six Hole Eight
A beautifully designed par 5 which starts with an elevated tee shot, the player must decide their strategy early to guarantee walking away with a par. With the option of either laying up to a small landing area or going for the carry of the cross bunkers, this par 5 is a good risk reward hole. The wind, which is normally at the player's back, pushes the ball towards the bunkers and to the right hand rough. The second shot does not come easily; ideally the player should lay up to the right side of the fairway to give a full view of the green, which slopes right to left. The longer hitter may be able to get up in two shots, but it's no guarantee of birdie.

Pro’s Tip

“Avoid the right rough with your drive as this is known as the worst rough on the course if this is done it’s a good chance for a birdie."

Rob McGuirk

Director of Golf at Prince's Golf Club

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