Infamously known as the “Volcano”, the short, uphill 16th at Mornington is played from a stunning tee pad directly alongside the bay, to an exposed green site at the top of a rise.
Famed for its nasty pot bunkers and cross-gully tee shot, the Volcano is typically into a headwind and its challenge includes judging the wind and the elevation change, as well as somehow leaving your ball beneath the hole.
The putting surface slopes aggressively from back to front, and features a pronounced step through its middle. Though a beautiful setting for golf, downhill / downwind putts here on 16 can be frightening.
Hole 16 Details