The tenth hole at West Bradford is a short, uphill, 248 yard Par 4. Longer hitters will be tempted to go for the green from the tee on this hole, but beware the overhanging Fir trees on the right which can catch errant tee shots.
The 10th green slopes from left to right and from back to front - it is protected by bunkers left and right.
Pro's Tips for Hole 10
"The best advice I can give any golfer for playing the 10th at West Bradford is to leave your approach shot short of the flag. This is one of the quickest greens on the course - with a wicked, back-to-front slope - and a downhill putt should be avoided at all costs"
"Another good piece of advice for the 10th is to approach the green from the left if possible. The right hand side of the fairway has overhanging fir trees that can cause problems, as well as a hidden bunker."