After the gentle start it now gets altogether more taxing. The second is a demanding left to right dog-leg par four. The generously wide fairway rises to a ridge at the dog leg but anything off the tee in the right half of the fairway will kick further right and will be blocked off by the trees, with little or no hope of reaching the green in regulation. Ideal is between the left and centre of the ridge – left is better!
You have got to get fairly close to the ridge to have any chance of a clear shot to the green. Three bunkers protect the green, one front left and two on the right making it a very difficult target to hit with a long second shot. Anything right edge of the green stands a good chance of gathering into one of the bunkers.
PROFESSIONAL - 66 Brian Lee 2013
AMATEUR - 64 Tyler Hogarty Rodway Hill 2014
LADIES - 69 Emma Fields Falmouth 1994