Hole 10 at Glen Gorse

Hole 10
Par 4, Yards 450, Stroke Index 3

Hole 10 Overview

Hole 10 is the first hole on the back nine, and it's a long, testing, par 4. The ridge and furrow fairway ensures that the drive is unlikely to find a flat lie.There is a large fairway bunker, on the right hand side, which is well short of the green. This can be intimidating if you haven't got your best drive away. The flat green is guarded, left and right, by bunkers. Par is a good score here.

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“A tough par four with a very undulating fairway. A good drive will normally leave a long iron or wood to a sloping green.”

Richard Read, Club Professional

Par 4

Yards 450

Stroke Index 3

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