This hole was designed to play as the course’s longest par 5 and is one of the most difficult holes at Cabot. The tee shot plays downhill but then the ideal second shot must climb uphill onto a large dune. The second landing area has a pot bunker set into the middle of the fairway. The right hand portion of the fairway ends leaving a short iron approach over a ravine to a fall away green. Left of the middle bunker, the fairway flows seamlessly onto the putting surface, setting up the golfer for a short pitch, or better yet a pitch and run. The green nestles up against a large dune from where one can see vast stretches of the links.
11th Hole – Cabot Links