Royal Portrush Dunluce Course Review
There are many spectacular holes, but we are going to focus on the closing stretch which is where The Open will be won and lost. The tee shot and approach at the 15th are blind, so you need to aim at a huge marker polethat is set behind the green. Thick gorse sits to the right of the fairway, and the green is well guarded with lots of trouble at the back.
The 16th is 442 yards and calls for a drive directed to the left of two fairway bunkers to open up the green.
And then we come to the 18th, a brute of a par 4 measuring 470 yards. As if bunkers to the right and left were not bad enough, the hole features two cross-bunkers in the middle of the fairway and a green protected by half a dozen deep bunkers, with the car park located just a few feet to the right
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