The last par three is the longest and arguably the most difficult. Anything short and left can leave you with a very difficult chip over a bunker with the green always falling away. Out of bounds awaits the wayward slice on the right. The pin is often tucked away to the right and protected by two deep faced bunkers.
“The hardest par 3 on the course as most need a long iron/fairway wood to reach the sloping green. Club up, as anything short will feed back down off the green and possibly end up in a greenside bunker.”
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