Next up is a dogleg Par 5 and the second longest hole on the golf course. Turning to the right, this hole gives players a few options off the tee. With out of bounds along the right-hand side, players can choose to lay-up to the corner and widest part of the fairway with a long iron/fairway wood or to take on the corner and drastically reduce the distance of the second shot. Big hitters can get on this green in two with a helping wind and favorable ground conditions.
Players should be wary when playing their second shot as along the left-hand side is an area of newly introduced heavy rough which, if found, will test any golfer. For most golfers, this will be a three shot Par 5 with the aim of the second shot to place the ball between 100-150 yard range to setup a relatively straight forward approach. The green on this hole is protected by a splash bunker short left, large bank on the right and out of bounds long of the hole. Distance control is key and players should aim to land the ball 2-3 yards before the green to allow for the ball running out. Good birdie opportunity but don’t try to force it.