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13 Rye Number 16
Turner: "There's not much left of Colt's work at Rye, his first design, but the 16th is almost intact. The hole plays along a rumpled ridge with a neat green that sits in a sheltered spot."
12 Royal County Down Number 4
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Turner: "This world-famous hole is his scariest flat par-3, with the huge carry over gorse to a green site that's a minefield of pits."
11 Sunningdale New Number 6
Critchley: "Colt saw it as his vocation to bring in angles, undulations and the soft curves of nature. He introduced the dogleg, not solely as a space-induced change of direction, but to measure skill and retain interest. While the 13th at Sunningdale New is a great three-shotter, the 6th is my pick for its dramatic views and the wonderful sense of space."
10 Sunningdale Old Number 12
While working as club secretary, Colt made key changes to Willie Park's Old course, most notably here.