This hole is a difficult dogleg right Par 4, best played as a Par5 for most mere mortals. A good drive is just to the left of trees to the right of the dogleg, unless you are long enough to carry them. Having negotiated the trees, you are left with a long shot to a green best described as an upturned saucer. Beware of the dense bushes on the right and gorse on the left. Play to the right side even if it brings the only greenside bunker into play. Almost anything landing on the left will fall off down the slope. The green has a spine down the middle with breaks both left and right. Most walking away with a five will be quite happy.