One of the shorter holes, but the tee is in the woods. A typical birdie hole for long players.

The first part is played through a cleared strip in the woodland, which is ten metres wide. Furthermore the hole is well protected by bunkers, both by the green and in the landing zone. Under good wind conditions long players can try to play the first shot to the green. But take care, the shot must stay at least two hundred and fifty metres in the air. I cannot recommend otherwise than to play the first shot with an iron to approximately one hundred and sixty five metres before the bunker. The second shot to the green is no problem. The green is protected by bunkers, if you miss it then try for the left from where the green is more accessible. The green slopes slightly from right to left, which is not always noticeable!