This sweeping left to right dogleg par five can easily be negotiated in three shots by the better player but those wishing to reach the green in two must take care.
Four drive bunkers on the inside of the dogleg, which only two are visible from the tee are ready catch the drive not struck well enough.
Once players arrive at their second shots they are confronted with one of the most dramatic and strategically second shots in golf.
Course designer Alex Russell positioned the cross bunkers in such a way that players have a multitude of choices about how to play and position their second shots.
The tenth green slopes sharply from front to back and has two distinctive levels. Find yourself on the wrong level especially above the hole you are then faced with a treacherous putt back down. Make an Enquiry