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A dogleg right with a blind tee shot. Depending on the wind direction, most players will hit a fairway metal or hybrid off the tee. This will leave them with an approach between 100-120 yards. The second shot plays about a half-a-club less, as the green is below the fairway, even though it doesn't appear that way. The green can be tricky to putt as it slopes from front to back. This hole should provide a good birdie opportunity.
Hole descriptions provided by Craig Murray, PGA Head Professional at Canterbury Golf Club