|PALM COURSE 6
Par 4 Index 3405 yds387 yds335 yds325 yds
|Par 4 Index 3|
405 yds387 yds
335 yds325 yds
A very difficult and demanding hole indeed. A long carry to a relatively flat landing zone is needed in this sharp left dogleg hole if the aim is to get onto the green in regulation. A short or poorly hit tee shot will pose several problems as the left side falls into a chasm with trees and a small stream and the right side is fully wooded. The acute turn of the narrow fairway from right to left is constricted even further by a deep hollow which has earned this it the nickname – The Stadium Hole. For the 2nd shot, always favour the right side of the fairway as it slopes from right to left. Two bunkers guard the front sides of the long and slopey green. Long putts could be a problem because of the pronounced undulations.