The final hole is a cracking par 5 that can be attacked. The tee shot aimed over the marker away from the trees and out of bounds that line the right hand side of the hole. Your second shot is partially blind over the new mounding 100 yards short of the green. 7 bunkers protect the run up and green, so these need to be negotiated to give you a birdie finish.
Play your drive towards the clubhouse to avoid the fairway bunkers. A good chance to have a go at the green with your second shot here, so keep your head down and give it a smash. If you get it near the green a chip and a putt will ensure you leave St Annes Old Links with a birdie and a smile.
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