a tempting drive to a precariously sited green."
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
5 Sunningdale New
"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
"Colt was the master of the short hole, individually and in entire
collections on specific courses, Sunningdale included."
4 St. George's
Hill Number 10
"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."