The strong finishing hole is a good closing hole with a large water hazard down the left-hand side. The ideal line would be to aim down the right edge to allow the ball to kick off the slope and leave an easier shot in from the fairway. Another mid-short iron for the approach shot played uphill, so clubbing up at least once is a must. The green is protected at the front right by a large bunker, if aiming to the right players must carry this bunker or the bunker shot will be quite difficult to judge.
Protecting the green on the left is a hump that slopes away from the green and will result in a chip/pitch shot were the green is above player, another shot that will require soft hands. Landing the ball on the front of the green is the sensible shot and depending on hole location can result in a good birdie chance.