One of the hardest holes on the golf course, this Par 4 has recently undergone some changes to the shapes of the water hazards. Add to this out of bounds on the left-hand side and further gorse on the right hand side, it fair to say that the tee shot is important off this hole. Depending on ability, players have three options off the tee. They can aim at the pylon in the distance and drive over the water, lay-up short of the water or hit their tee shot in between the two hazards.
Taking on the water leaves an approach shot that you can attack the green with. By laying up, golfers have the decision whether to go for it in two or to lay up to their preferred yardage and try to get up and down for Par. Most players would be happy to take 4/5 and move on to the next but there is always the chance of an elusive birdie (Fingers crossed!)