Hole 16 at Glen Gorse

Hole 16
Par 4, Yards 394, Stroke Index 7

Hole 16 Overview

Hole 16 is the first of Glen Gorse's formidable final three closing holes, and a firm favourite of many players. The tee shot calls for a draw from the right side of the fairway as the hole shapes from right to left and the ground falls the same way. Trouble lurks on both sides with a mature hedge running down the left and trees alongside the right.The second shot has to be played from a ridge and furrow lie to a naturally set green tucked away in the left corner. There are two greenside bunkers and one short right to catch anything that's under hit, whilst an out of bounds will penalise any shot too long or too far left.

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“Favour the right side of the fairway as it slopes to the left. The second shot should pitch on the green to avoid the undulating approach.”

Richard Read, Club Professional

Par 4

Yards 394

Stroke Index 7

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