The Duke's hole-by-hole
No. 6 – Badgers
Another demanding par 5, this tree-lined tee shot has bunkers right and left to catch any wayward shots and culminates with a green surrounded by bunkers left and right as well.
No. 10 – Burn Brig
With a severe dogleg right to left, Burn Brig challenges even the best golfers. Short and straight will find you in a bunker, while too long means the ball will be swallowed up by the rumbling burn.
No. 14 – Well
An elevated tee and wide fairway make this hole ideal for long drives, as additional distance off the tee is necessary to hit this undulating green with nightmarish hole positions.
No. 16 – Melville
The last of the par 3s, Melville is a cracker with its bunkers left and right and severe drop-off through the back – not to mention the prevailing wind that blows left to right.