One of the prettiest holes on the course. The hole sweeps left to right with a large wall of pine and cypress trees down the left side. The ideal tee shot is to the right of centre of the fairway to give the best angle into the green and avoid the mounding on the left hand side of the fairway. For the longer hitter a long iron or 3 wood is a worthy option from the tee for accuracy as a wedge or short iron will only be needed for the second shot. For the mid range handicapper a well position shot up the left hand side of the fairway is the best play.
The green has a considerable amount of slope from back to front with a large bunker cutting into the front left side of the green. The trick here is to try to keep your ball below the hole for the uphill putt. Side and downhill putts in this hole can be nasty. With a back pin do not be too aggressive as long is a not an option and will lead to a bogey and probably worst.
Mens 321 m Par 4
Ladies 306 m Par 4