Since the hole is relatively short for a par 5, the second shot at Western Gailes' 6th hole is crucial. The view to the green can be a little daunting, but tucked back behind the aiming post to the left is the green.
Last time I was here, Ernie Els was standing in the top left corner of Royal Lytham's practice greem with Ricki Roberts waiting to hear if Adam Scott was going to miss his par putt, which he did. It all looks so different now with out the stands.
Most of the holes at Prestwick are heavily bunkered, but because the first is relatively short it is well bunkered as you can see from this massive crater fronting the first green. Notice the train track just continues along the hole.
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