The ninth hole is the longest hole on the course; a good drive to the middle of the fairway is required, avoiding the “Out of Bounds” which runs down the left hand side the full length of the hole. The second shot needs to be left of centre of the sloping fairway. The majority of ladies will then require a fairway wood or long iron for the third shot, leaving a tricky mid to short iron, onto the long, narrow green, avoiding the right hand side bunker. Putting is not easy due to the length of the green and its many slopes making even short putts tricky.
Jill Phillips, Centenary Lady Captain.