Played from the elevated white and yellow tees, this hole presents a significant challenge, doglegging right to left through a narrow gap or, more aggressively, over the tree-lined corner which is out of bounds. Two fairway bunkers protecting the far side of the dogleg add to the difficulty. The approach to the green is relatively simple although it is protected by bunkers to left and right. Played from the red tee, this is a simpler hole but accuracy from the tee still matters.
All about position off the tee. Aim at the large fairway bunker to leave a relatively straightforward approach to the green.