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Golf Australia Express : Issue 5
EAST COURSE Shorter by more than 1000 yards to its more honoured companion on the west side, the East course is Wentworth’s oldest. But it’d be foolhardy to expect a gentler test of golf here. It calls for accurate driving and precision shotmaking into the well-bunkered greens. Position, not power, is the name of the game here. Make no mistake, the East course has teeth. And once bitten you’ll be smitten. It’s a real gem. This intimate layout, with undulating fairways that zigzag through woodlands, embodies Colt’s overall design philosophy that a course should give players a variety of options of shot selection. It’s a characteristic that makes Colt’s courses both challenging for the game’s best players and enjoyable for mortals. And with supple fairways under foot you can enjoy it with a spring in your step.