The fairway slopes slightly towards the water down the right, but the green is more open the tighter to the lake you dare to go.
Trees down the left can be a real menace and the second shot is blind, uphill to a green which slopes from front to back and right to left.
According to Ian Woosnam, a good drive is crucial here, "especially as the second shot is uphill to a green partially hidden by grassy mounds".
YOUR K CLUB EXPERIENCES AND COMMENTS
I played in the first pro-am on the Palmer Course with Lee Trevino and Dr Michael Smurfit. Trevino started off with five bogeys but put his second shot in the hole on 15 (the old 6th) for an eagle. Dermot Desmond, K Club member
In 2002, while playing in the Captain's Charity day, I drove my ball into the water on the 15th (the old 6th). When looking along the edge my clubs rolled in - trolley, battery, the lot. Luckily, further along the same stretch, there was a lone fisherman wearing waders who saw my plight and came to the rescue. To my surprise it was my chiropodist in the right place at the right time. I think it was the only thing he caught that day! Pat Desmond, K Club ladies' captain
The 15th can be a brute to play. To start it's a tight driving hole, water right and plenty of trees all the way on the left. It takes two good shots to be up by the green and if the pin is front left just over the ridge, well...like I said, it can be a brute.
Kevin Norton, K Club member
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