The 7th is a fairly long par-four. From the back tee I aim to reach the start of the fairway with a straight drive.
But if I hit a slight slice or push my ball it will find its way into the large gorse bush just off the right side of the fairway - the one bunker to the left and the two bunkers to the right don't really come into play for me.
With my second shot I have a decision to make. If the wind is behind me I will go for the green with a five-wood. But any other wind and I will just play an easy eight-iron to the end of the fairway because of the large roughy banks in front of the green.
I will then play a pitching wedge into the green being careful not to hit a slight pull or I'd be in one off the two tough bunkers on the left.
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