Royal St. George's Hole 10
The green at the 10th hole is perched up on high and because the penalty for going long is so severe, many err the other way and come up short. The bunkers on the right are about 10 ft below the surface of the green. Tom Kite went from bunker to bunker for a double bogey six when leading the 1985 Open Championship. There were 16 scores of six or worse here in 1993, more than there were on the par five 7th hole!
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