This is the longest hole on the course, and it begins with a very demanding drive from an elevated tee. The hole turns gently to the right with three bunkers and trees guarding the left side of the landing area. Beyond the third bunker, the fairway widens slightly and there is a target bunker set to the right, which will only come into play for the longest of drives. The second shot for most players will be a lay-up that must be carefully positioned to leave the best angle into a well-bunkered and undulating green. A cluster of three bunkers sits left of the fairway, and placing your ball close to them will leave the best line of sight to the green. The green is well bunkered on all sides, but the front right is the deepest and will present the most challenges; it should be avoided.