A long, straight drive will provide a good view of the green for the second shot. However, a wall borders the left-hand side of this fairway – anything in, on or over the wall is out of bounds so many players deliberately aim well to the right with their drive. The drawback is that you are then left with a blind shot into the final green. There is a bit of dead ground between the end of the fairway and the putting surface and many people under club.
“Be wary of the out of bounds behind the green, also Charlie’s Whiskers to the right of the green, get caught in them and you could have a tricky chip to the green”.