This hole is slightly downhill and slopes to the right and it is bordered on the left side by the course boundaries.

I recommend players, who are capable of driving one hundred and eighty metre or more, to direct the first shot from the tee over the first tree in the wood on the right edge of the fairway. They will be surprised to find the ball in the middle of the fairway. Players who avoid the wood and aim for the middle frequently end up in the left rough. Try to play the second stroke as close to the green as possible. The green is protected by water. You must prepare a good lie. The green is an island, you cannot let the ball. It is one of the largest greens and there is an undulation in the middle from left to right. As the hole is on the upper plateau, you can use the front section of the green to roll the ball, after a simple chip.