Challenging the bunker and native area to the left offers the best line into the green over an approach bunker that will make judging the distance challenging. A back bunker on the left and hollow off the front right make the need for an accurate approach paramount to walking away with a par.
Tee Shot: A well struck shot at the last fairway bunker down the left will leave you with the clearer shot into the green. From The Fairway: The shot into this green will need to be hit past the 1st 3rd of the green. Otherwise this shot may run down off the front right, leaving you with a difficult chip back up to the elevated green. A golfer that is capable of shaping the ball left to right will be best placed by starting their shot at the left side of this green. Around and on the Green: A deep bunker and swale guards the right hand side and with an elevated green this will make for a difficult up and down. Anything above the hole on this green will be a true test to just get the pace right.