The twelfth hole is the longest par four on the East Course. The fairway is wide enough, befitting the difficulty of the hole.
A drive too far to the right forces players to fade a long second shot around a group of river gums.
The second shot plays slightly uphill, generally into the prevailing wind, and is often undertaken with the longest of irons. A nest of bunkers built into the hill 70 metres short and left of the green are in play for the shorter hitters.
Anything landing short that avoids sand can easily be putted across the grass onto the putting surface. Make an Enquiry