A fairly short distance for par 5. The hole is bordered by a chestnut tree avenue all along the right side and behind it the course ends.

The landing zone is very narrow, again only approximately twenty metres. I recommend playing an iron from this tee and not risking either an out of bounds or landing in the wood. If you play a hundred and fifty metres on your first shot you are in a situation where the hole starts to open for you and you can extend the second shot, unlike the first one. I recommend a five or three wood. Apart from the out of bounds on the right, which recedes slightly from the green, there is no other hazard. The green itself is protected on the right by a bunker. It is one of the large and most difficult greens with regard to putting. Its rear half rises very steeply in the direction of play - don’t risk having to putt downhill.