Soothing downhill par-4---well at least the drive!!!----then the work will begin in earnest, as the 2nd shot is pivotal for a good score on this last hole of the front 9. Before you can order a well earned drink at the ‘Highland House’ a well struck shot to the extensive green is required or you will meet with sad sight of watching your ball sink to the bottom of the lake which protects the green split by the sand bunker set in the middle of the fast green. From the tee you will notice bunkers on the left and water right, but strangely with that comforting feeling of hitting downhill you are not so concerned. However, complacency has sent many a golfer to an early grave---so pay attention because if your ball is not on the fairway you can kiss goodbye to any hope of a par.
|Highland Course : Hole Descriptions by Brett Brasier and Piyachai Kasemsant|