A strong par 4 with an elevated back tee and a semi-blind drive over the brow of the hill. The fairway slopes from right to left and away from the tee. A good drive is required to bring the green into range but in dry, running conditions long hitters should be aware of the stream at the end of the fairway. The second shot played over a small valley must avoid a large bunker on the right some 50 yards short of the green and a big greenside bunker front left. The Slope up to the green often stops the ball reaching the putting surface which runs from back to front and is one of the more difficult to read.