Another hole which places a huge premium on accuracy from the tee.
A huge oak tree is positioned slap bang in the middle of the fairway and putting in a new tee brings it much more into play. There is less trouble right of it, but less fairway that side too.
It is easier to attack the green from the left, especially as it slopes to the left.
"As with a lot of the holes, it is judging how the ball is going to bounce on the green," said Tom Lehman in his guide for the official site.
"There are not a lot of straight bounces on the greens, they are all kicking one way or the other so you really have to know the golf course."
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From the members' tee to get it up on the flat is a problem and an effort. A bit too far left and you have no second shot apart from knocking the ball back on the fairway. Right and the big oak will be waiting. If you're short off the tee you may be reaching for the sand wedge. But when you get past the tree you must aim left of the pin, no matter where the pin is, as Mr Bunker is parked on the right for any head-up shots. Kevin Norton, K Club member
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