A blind teeshot requires picking the correct line which, for long hitters, is the right edge of the fairway. The carry is shorter on the LHS. The middle of the green is a good objective for the approach.
The only blind tee shot on the course, the line is slightly right of the white stone on the top of the hill. From there it's a downhill approach to the green.
This green is raised on all sides and is well protected by mounding. There are 2 bunkers that pinch the centre of the green making back pins difficult to access.
The world-famous golf course in Rosses Point offers an excellent challenge. The traditional links layout, designed by Harry Colt, utilises the natural contours of the dune-covered landscape rather than moving large amounts of the earth during its design.