A Redan (re dan') Hole is an aspect of golf course architecture that alludes to the "Redan"
type of fortification used in medieval fortress construction. In golf, the Redan hole has a green which slopes downward
and away from the point of entrance, typically the front right portion of the green. The hole is best played in an indirect
manner, that is the player plays away from the actual target and allows the contours of the green to take the ball to its
final resting point.