Penultimate hole on the course is yet another tricky Par 4 with water running down the right-hand side and a narrow landing area. Miss-hitting a drive to the left will leave a blind shot over gorse bushes, missing to the right will leave you a better view but still coming out of heavy rough. The ideal line would be to hit driver or 3-wood and aim at the left half of the fairway off the tee to allow for a kick to the right, creating a good angle for the second shot.
The green slopes gently from front to back and is protected by a bunker front right. Golfers will be coming into this green with a mid-low iron depending on golfing ability but regardless players should aim to land the ball a few yards short and left of centre to allow the ball to release down. This hole can play much longer depending on wind direction and it is another hole were through the green is not the worst place to be and gives a good chance of getting up and down for Par.