“A par 5 best played with your head than heart. While long hitters can go for getting across the track, be mindful there is not a free drop should you finish on it and this may cost a stroke. The percentage play is to lay up, hit a medium iron second and leave yourself a pitch or run up to this long narrow green that tends to run faster than others.”
Named after the pill boxes that feature on some of the holes. You can see five pill boxes when playing this hole. (one on the 6th, three on the 7th and one on the 13th)
This hole opened for play in 1978 as part of the course diversion to the west of the church. The fairway is played down what was the previous 6th hole which was also moved to the west as part of the same project.