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Hole Nine

Par 4,Yards 465,Stroke 5
Hole Nine

Linhay

Hole Description

The long downhill par 4 9th was once mentioned in a feat of long driving when, in September 1934, Mr T. H. V. Haydon of Royal Wimbledon was recorded as having driven to the front edge of the green on the 456 yard hole (as it measured then). Even today, with modern equipment and the wind at your back, you wonder how this green could be reachable. The truth is, for most mere mortals it isn’t – with a headwind, it’s often out of reach even in two shots for all but the longest hitters! Clearly, then, how this hole plays is hugely dependent upon the weather conditions at the time. The approach shot generally plays shorter than the yardage might suggest, and so finding this green in regulation is quite awkward. With a heather bank on the left and a steep drop off the right edge of the green, the ball needs to be threaded carefully on to the putting surface.

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134434432941129849
2341341334413288413
34114113674139955
4140140130317121317
53603603454732841
6556524504515463511
73863863674334343
82042041903919337
946546544645434515
10163146138316134316
1133532131041027348
124914914685645152
13183173153314134318
1441541540042380510
1530030029541228946
1640040038548355414
174494494304441354
18336336327418312412
Out32073175301235286737
In30723031290635274137
Total62796206591870560874