After negotiating back-to-back challenging holes, golfers will look forward to the shortest par 4 on the course. Measuring at just over 300 metres, long hitters will be tempted to try and drive the green and make a birdie or better. But beware of the 5 strategically placed fairway bunkers that will leave awkward recovery shots should you be unlucky enough to find one of them. The sensible play might be to take less than driver to avoid the trouble and leave a shot of less than 100 metres in to a small and undulating green. Any pin placement on the back shelf will require a pinpoint pitch with just the right amount of spin to keep your ball on the right level. A hole that will yield a lot more birdies than bogeys, but those who are overly aggressive or wayward will be punished.
An iron off the tee will leave a short to mid iron into this green.
Red Tee Par 4 284 m
White Tee Par 4 284 m
Blue Tee Par 4 308 m
Black Tee Par 4 315 m