STROKE INDEX 9
HOLE 18 DESCRIPTION
The closing hole is a short par 4 but one that still needs to be played with care. The wind tends to blow into which adds yardage and makes strike all so important. The shorter hitters will need to navigate a lake from the tee, either skirting around the left of it or laying up short. It should prove no issue for most but it's not the only danger. A bunker down the right along with a thick tree line and the driving range will punish a pushed tee shot, while more sparse trees up the left can often provide false hope to anything overdrawn. The approach is fairly straightforward but requires control to set up a birdie chance. The green is convex, meaning that when the flag is tucked away at the back, it is very difficult to get the ball close. A birdie or a par will cap off a hard fought round of golf. The nineteenth bar and restaurant awaits. Enjoy that pint, you deserve it.