Rated the toughest hole on the course the 4th hole tee shot is very important. The tee shot here favours those who move the ball right to left. A ball in the fairway will give the lower handicapper a good look at the green. It is important to try and avoid the pines and mounded rough down the right hand side of the fairway. For the mid range handicapper hitting this green in 2 is a tough ask however making a 5 here will not hurt your score. Aim to drive it down the right side. Lay up your second and it will leave you with a shorter iron into the green. Around the green all the trouble is to the left with a bunker and low lying trees. The green is long, reasonably flat and slopes from back to front. The right side of the green is open to allow players an easier up and down again due to the slope of the green long is not a good miss.
Mens 403 m Par 4
Ladies 367 m Par 4