Hole 7 at Glen Gorse

Hole 7
Par 4, Yards 345, Stroke Index 18

Hole 7 Overview

From the tee at hole 7, a narrow fairway slopes from left to right, with two ponds very much in play on the right of the fairway, and a large hedge and mature trees all along the left side. The percentage shot from the tee is a three-wood or long iron, which will set up a medium to short iron into a heavily contoured green.The danger around the green is a large and deep bunker to the left, and two equally large and deep bunkers to the right. Too long and you will have to pitch several feet up a steep bank to reach the green.

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“A driver or long iron to the left side of the fairway is needed, avoiding the second pond. This sets up a good angle for the second shot into this undulating green on hole 7.”

Richard Read, Club Professional

Par 4

Yards 345

Stroke Index 18

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