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The pin position on this hole is vital. The green slopes not just from back to front but it also slopes right to left so you have to hit that half of the green to give yourself any sort of putt at all. I will be there again because the wind swirls around at this hole. What you feel on the tee is not necessarily what is happening at the green. Selecting the right club is paramount because the green is surrounded by bunkers -- two deep ones front left, a deep pot bunker tight to the green on the right and another one at the back which really comes into play when the pin is at the rear of the green.
Hole descriptions provided by Team Europe Captain Colin Montgomerie and reproduced by kind permission of The European Tour Yearbook, the 23rd edition of which can be ordered from www.europeantour.com and will include a chapter on The 2010 Ryder Cup.