Returning from the most easterly point on the golf course, this 381 yard hole appears to be a relatively short par 4. However, it will often play longer than the yardage suggests as it plays into the prevailing wind.
The best drives will find the left centre of the fairway as most of the green is readily accessible from this vantage point.
Club selection is critical here as the prevailing wind could add distance to the approach. Playing to the middle of the green and relying on the putter may be the smart way to gain a birdie, especially if the pin is located back left.
The putting surface is bunkered on the left, making the aformentioned back left pin a difficult one to access. Contouring on the right side of the green complex should make many hole locations inviting for the smart player.