The 10th hole is the longest par four at Mornington, and is often played straight into the prevailing wind.
Although the fairway is flat and quite open, the approach shot is tough and generally plays a club or two longer than it looks. The green itself is shallow and features both a subtle false front as well as a vertical tier running through its middle. Right side pins are especially difficult.
A lovely old gum tree short and left of the green further complicates the approach shot, as do bunkers cut into both the left and right flanks.
A par here on the 10th hole always feels like a birdie.
Hole 10 Details