Below is the Truth or Consequences VOR-A Approach in New Mexico, USA.
The Missed Approach procedure for this approach requires that you do a left climbing turn to 8300 feet direct to the VOR. My question is what radial should I dial-in to go direct to the VOR? Should I fly the reciprocal radial of the final approach course (342 degrees) or should I turn to a reciprocal heading (342 degrees) and then center the needle to find the radial I should fly direct to VOR?
Note: There is only 2.4 nautical miles between the VOR and Missed Approach Point so trying to intercept the reverse radial in 2.4 nautical miles is a little tricky here especially with the CDI being so sensitive that close to the VOR.