Davening on an angle at the Kotel

Q: Do women in the women's section of the Kotel daven straight towards the Kotel or on an angle in the direction of the spot of the Temple?
A: It is true that one must daven towards the direction of the Holy of Holies in the Temple, and the Kotel – both the men's and women's sections - are not exactly in the direction of the Holy of Holies. It would therefore seem that both men and women need to daven slightly on an angle to the left. But we see that people, including great Torah scholars, do not act this way and daven facing the Kotel. The reason is that no one in fact knows the exact location of the Holy of Holies. There are many measurements and theories regarding the location of the Temple with one contradicting the next. The custom is therefore to daven facing the Kotel. [MF – note – I once heard that Rav Aviner asked Ha-Rav Simchah Ha-Cohain Kook – born and raised in Jerusalem and currently the Rav of Rechovot – this question, and he answered: People have the custom to pray facing the Kotel.]