Hole Two

Stuart Mclean, Editor of Golf Digest, described hole two as “resembling a grass waterfall, gently cascading into the damn below”. This is the intimidating impression golfers may get as they ready themselves for a tee shot that mist pass over a deep gully with heavy bush on the right and the estates largest dam on the left. However, a well hit drive should sail over the gap and could carry the ball towards the corner of the right-to-left dogleg, leading to ample green.

A soaring right-handler’s draw will end on the green or in its throat however too much right-to-left is likely to result in a lost ball.