No. 14 – Well

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    Par 4
    Stroke: 13
    • 472
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    • 408
    • 377
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How to Play this Hole

This hole has more wonderful views to the north to distract you. Be alert with your yardage; it is crucial to select the correct club for your tee shot. Challenging the burn with an aggressive tactic off the tee may leave a shorter approach but brings the water hazard into play regardless of playing to the left or right side of the burn. The approach to this undulating front-to-back sloping green accepts low run-ups as well as higher shots.

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  • No. 1 – Highland

    This demanding par 5 first hole with a wee opening plays uphill all the way to an elevated green guarded by a deep green-side bunker.

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  • No. 2 – Drumcarrow

    Surrounded by trees, this narrow par 4 challenges golfers and demands an accurate drive up the left side of the hole to open up the green.

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  • No. 3 – Denhead

    The signature hole and shortest on the course, Denhead has a meandering walkway to give a stadium feel.

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  • No. 4 – Roundel

    A well-placed tee shot between the fairway bunkers leaves a direct approach to this green.

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  • No. 5 – Beeches

    Bunkers left and right of this dogleg could catch golfers out, but a 200-yard tee shot sets you up for a birdie.

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  • 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.

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  • No. 7 – Denbrae

    An awesome, elevated tee shot with a sweeping left-to-right-shaped hole, Denbrae has a great view of Auld grey Toon, a historic building, on the horizon.

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  • No. 8 – Fair Dunt

    “Fair Dunt” can be an understatement with this uphill par 3, which can frustrate with prevailing winds.

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  • No. 9 – Craigtoun

    With a challenging second shot, this hole can quickly catch the golfer out, thanks to the long and narrow green with a left-side bunker.

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  • 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.

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  • No. 11 – Winthank

    The longest hole on the golf course, with hazards to the left and right, Winthank requires an accurate tee shot.

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  • No. 12 – Double Dyke

    Getting the distance right is key for this straightforward-looking par 3.

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  • No. 13 – Braw View

    This elevated par 4 tee box offers big distractions, as on a clear day golfers can see all the way over the sea to Carnoustie.

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  • No. 15 – Steading

    This hole features a sweeping dogleg right to left with an elevated green, as well as deep bunkers.

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  • 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.

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  • No. 17 – Strath

    A picturesque gentle left-to-right par 4, this hole features two pairs of oak trees. It’s known to the members as “The Card Wrecker”!

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  • No. 18 – Ice House

    Challenging all the way, this uphill par 4 includes the valley of sin to the right, which means a misplaced second shot will leave you praying for a miracle up & down.

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