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This is another hole that is traditionally played as a par 5, but will play as a par 4 for the championship. It should play as one of the most difficult holes on the course. Tee shots that start in the center of the fairway with a draw will end up in the left rough. From there it will be difficult to avoid the trees and keep a shot on the green. The green is guarded by bunkers on the right and left front with a narrow opening between, allowing for run-up shots. The green is relatively flat but it is hard to read the subtle breaks. Take a 4 and run to the next tee.
Hole descriptions provided by Craig Murray, PGA Head Professional at Canterbury Golf Club