84 Wentworth East
The test posed by the East Course at Wentworth is quite different to that set by the club’s famous West Course. The East has a real feel of yesyteryear about it and is considerably shorter than its sibling. Unlike the West, where you will be constantly reaching for driver, accuracy is the key on the East as its fairways are narrow and treelined, and the smaller greens well-bunkered. There are several excellent holes on the East, most notably the long par-4 11th, which is arguably the finest of all 63 holes on the Wentworth Estate.
Panellists’ comments: “Extremely well presented and maintained”; “Great mix of tough long par 4s and temptingly short ones”