Golf Monthly takes an in-depth look at the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles the Ryder Cup Course 2014
Ryder Cup Course 2014
Hole 8 – “Sidin’ Brows” – Par 4 – 419 Yards
This downhill dogleg left par-4 is a good risk-reward hole, featuring a cluster of bunkers on the corner that can be challenged if the wind is favorable. A lot of players will likely hit less than driver off the tee and play to the fat part of the fairway, leaving a longer approach to a fairly generous target. Any shots leaked right will likely find a deep swale, leaving a tough pitch off a tight, downhill lie.
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