SAUNTON (East) Played the East twice and enjoyed the test. Lines off the tees are important as one can run out of fairway in the distance. In fairness the barber’s poles (black and white) give a true indication of the lines to take to avoid the myriad of dry dykes that are ubiquitous. 10th hole is short and allows a good wedge to a very elevated green where putting then can be a challenge. The 11th is short and tricky not a driver.
13 par fours and two par fives is a bit off balance-- Seve reckoned the ideal course would have 6 threes, 6 fives and 6 fours... 6/10; May 2019, pd
Date: May 24, 2019