The longest hole on the course. A slight dogleg to the right. There is no sand hazard in the landing zone.

Selecting the second shot is more complicated because there is a water hazard on the right side. What is more there are bunkers on the right and left sides two thirds of the way along the hole. Keep the second shot along the left half of the fairway and definitely do not try a second shot to the green with a long low wood. Weaker drivers will usually land by the spruce on the right of the fairway. From there I recommend you aim towards the left bunker. If the player is sure of himself, then use a five wood to land behind it, otherwise play an iron to land in front of it. The level green is covered by sand hazards, there is a ten metre passage between them. Keep to the right of the green - the terrain slope usually returns balls.