uot;left" />Really good uphill short holes are uncommon but this one is one of the best in the country. The green is steeply contoured (so much so it is to be altered after the tournament) from front to back. The short right bunker and the one long and left punish the most common missed shots of the right-hander – the weak push short and right and the pulled iron that inevitably flies too far. The middle of the green here is always a good place to be and flying at dangerous flags cut close to the edges is for the unwise or the desperate.
Author: Mike Clayton / www.golf.org.au