Golf Monthly takes an in-depth look at the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles the Ryder Cup Course 2014
Ryder Cup Course 2014
Hole 7 – “Larch Gait” – Par 4 – 468 Yards
This long dogleg right par-4 requires a well-positioned tee shot to dodge the fairway bunker to the right, leaving a good view of this uphill green. Although this is one of the few bunkerless greens on the course, several steep run-off areas will provide testing up-and-down’s for any errant approaches. The putting surface is fairly flat, but will tend to feed balls from right to left as they find the green.
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