Another hole at the Upminster golf club that calls for thought. This has a 90 degree dogleg right. If you can guarantee a long fade with your driver, then go for it but most of us will be better advised to take a five- or three-wood to clear the corner to open up the green but not run into the trees. The next shot may well be from a hanging lie with the ever-present danger of a slice into the Ingrebourne which appears yet again. The fairway runs down towards the river which enhances this danger. The green slopes towards you and it pays to hit one club more than you think, going in.