468 yards, Par 4
This is the 7th hole of The Ryder Cup and it doglegs right. The tee shot is slightly elevated and plays into a nice valley. The approach is into a green tucked in against the hillside on the right and drops off on the left. This hole simply requires two good, solid shots. This hole just requires good golf.
This hole needs an accurate drive followed by a mid to short iron into the green. The green slopes from right-to-left making it difficult for the approach shot to hold the putting surface, particularly with the prevailing wind coming from the right side.