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Turner: "It's a tempting drive to a precariously sited green."
Colt: "The reward and the penalty should bear a due proportion to each other. If the penalty is unduly severe, few will feel tempted to take the risk; while if the penalty is negligible, no daring will be required and no thrill experienced."
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Johnstone: "The tee and green are on similar levels with an intervening valley. Thirty yards short of the green is a deep, revetted bunker that today is not in play. The slightest change of wind direction changes the character of the hole."
Critchley: "Colt was the master of the short hole, individually and in entire collections on specific courses, Sunningdale included."
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Morrissett: "After the tee shot to a tumbling fairway, the player will often face a blind approach. As in life, chance and luck as well as hope and anticipation play a role in all great designs. A tee shot down the right side is rewarded with a glimpse of the green and a better approach angle."