In 1932, Jack Fleming described this hole:
"A lakeside hole with wide, sandy beach on water side. Back tee should be used by all, as water carry is very short and close to tee. Requires three good shots to get on if dogleg is played, but possibly a very long sure approach will get in under par."
You can see the ball in the air on both Roy and Max's tee shots in these pictures.
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