The first of two difficult holes back to back and the longest Par 3 on the golf course. This hole is a challenge for even the most experienced of golfers. Teeing off over water to a green further protected by an additional water hazard on the left-hand side and over the back can be particularly testing to say the least.
Depending on wind direction/strength, this hole can play anything from a mid-iron to fairway wood. There is a bail-out area right for those that don’t fancy taking on the green which leave a good opportunity of pitching on and making Par. For those brave enough, a tee shot hit high and pitching at the front of the green will give you a good look at birdie.