Glen Gorse Golf Club

Hole 12

Par 5, Yards 505, Stroke Index 9

"An accurate drive positioned between the two mounds is required here. A well struck second shot should set up a good birdie chance."

Richard Reed, Club Professional

Hole 12 is the first of consecutive par 5's. The view from the tee is dominated by a large tree on the right. Beyond that, on either side of the fairway, there are two mounds both covered in trees. The one on the left is known as "Treasure Island".A well struck tee shot between the mounds, ideally with a little draw, will set up the possibility of reaching the green in two for the bigger hitters. Otherwise, a mid iron will leave the player facing a pitch to a well guarded green with a moderately narrow entrance. The putting surface here is relatively flat.

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