ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open About the Hole
Short Par 4 over the hill plays shorter than yardage allowing tee shot to release towards the green. A player will need a precise tee shot hugging the large dune on the right for access to the green on the drive. The pitch to the flag from the left forces you over mounding which is difficult to left side hole locations.
ISPS Handa Women's Australian Key Decision
The key decision on this drivable par-4 relates to the blind tee shot. Players can take the calculated risk and look to drive this narrow green, or adopt the safer strategy of laying up and looking to attack the pin with a wedge from 75-100 yards.
ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open Insight
72% - the field reached the green in two strokes with 40% making birdie or better
97% - players who found the green in two strokes made par or better
120 under par - the field when finding the green in regulation versus 40-over par when missing the green in regulation
2 - eagles recorded (Jane Park and Ally McDonald)
2nd - ranked second easiest hole on the golf course