On the tee at first sight this looks a straight forward hole. The drive needs to be kept left to take into account the sloping fairway which runs down towards the bunker, known as Scarr’s folly after the Greens Chairman who designed it. However it is out of bounds all the way down the left hand side. The second shot again needs to be kept left as there is a tricky greenside bunker awaiting any shot which goes right. I once had an 11 in a Club Championship and it is the one hole over the years that I have found most difficult to birdie.
Wally Hartree, Life Member, Past County and Club Champion.