ROYAL PORTH­CAWL – 2ND

Golf Monthly - - Your View -

Any hole that skirts a beach will be sub­ject to the wind, and this won­der­ful ex­am­ple draws you ever closer to the trou­ble all the way. If the wind is from the west, there is ev­ery chance that you will need to direct a long ap­proach shot over the fence in the hope that the el­e­ments will in­ter­vene and re­turn it to safety. Any­thing that es­capes to the right will be caught by a deep green­side bunker. Length: 425 yards W: roy­al­porth­cawl.com

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