A short dogleg right provides the big hitters a chance to reach the green, providing their shot is long enough and misses the strategically placed gorse bushes. The safer route is a first shot down the fairway followed by an iron uphill to the green. Once there however, your problems are not yet over. With a large tier across the width of the green, any putt that has to come up to the top level is difficult to judge and if left short, may well come back to your feet. Similarly, a putt from top to bottom does well to stay on the green.