The original Eden hole is the 11th at the Old Course in St Andrews. The Valley version of the Eden features an uphill tee shot to an elevated narrow green; be sure to avoid the Strath Bunker on the front right. The green is like a staircase, back to front slope at the start, flatter in the middle section, and sloping again in the rear. Saddling in the midsection of the green and a bisecting spine in the rear third adds to the putting complexity. Conquering the most unique putting surface on the course could deliver a great score on this hole.