The eleventh marks the start of a run of six new holes. It is named for the Canada Geese which inhabit the lake on the left during the breeding season and the sharp left to right dog-leg which makes the drive look very tight. The fairway falls right to left towards the lake and a fade is the ideal tee shot which avoids the necessity of trying to carry the high trees on the corner of the dog-leg. The second shot, usually off a sloping lie, is very difficult to get close to the pin because the green slopes both right to left and from front to back. A par here always gives pleasure.