Par 4 hole on Trump’s Scottish course will test players’ skills to the limit
Golfers will have work cut out at 14th tee
This is the first look at what Donald Trump hopes will become one of the most daunting tee shots in golf – the 14th at his championship course in Aberdeenshire.
Once turfed, the sand in the centre of the picture – 225 yards from the tee – will be the only fairway at the signature par 4 hole, which has been designed to punish every hook and slice.
Players lucky enough to hit the fairway with their first shot will then have to navigate through another 200 yards of the Great Dunes of Scotland before reaching the green, which is nestled behind the peaks on the horizon.
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