This 393 yards par 4 hole is one of the most difficult on the course and needs solid play to avoid a bogey. A good drive over the edge of the lake to the centre of fairway sets up the approach shot. The two tiered green slopes quickly from back to front and is well guarded by a dangerous dyke immediately in front of it.
Pro tip A line towards the small trees on the right of the fairway is best for shorter hitters; others can aim slightly further left to avoid running through the fairway. The green is two tiered, with the front portion being very quick from back to front.