"The final par 5 offers a simpler test than some. Turning to head back to the clubhouse, you again find spectacular views: of the estate to one side, and of the North Downs and the Darenth Valley to the other. A stand of pines can catch a drive that's too far left and 3 recently added bunkers on the right mean a straight and well struck tee shot to the middle of the fairway will leave you a wood to just short of the green. On the way you'll pass a long gully and large pit used by British troops practicing their grenade work ahead of the D-day landings. Gully and pit can catch anything short or mishit, but if you've cleared them it's a straightforward pitch to the flag and two putts for par."