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Golf Australia Express : February 2013
a 28-or-better handicap, play the course in an attempt to avoid slow play. Higher handicappers will instead be directed to play the less challenging Holywell course. Hardly seems fair, does it? If there’s a particular hole that stands out on the Church course it’s probably the 6th— a relatively short par-4 that proves you don’t need a long stretch to be demanding. At just 378 yards (345m) from the tee it sounds tame, but when you add a huge cavernous “Himalaya” bunker within driving distance, this hole could play a decisive role in how your round ultimately pans out. This bunker [pictured below] is one of the largest in Europe and while it looks amazing, you’re best viewing is from afar. When all is said and done, you'll look back at your St Enodoc round with heavenly delight and marvel at its true beauty. And in the end, isn't that what golf is really all about? OTG For more information visit: www.st-enodoc.co.uk DREAM the DREAM the