Medium length par 3, starts at the forest and opens up after about fifty metres when the ball starts to fly over an undulating fairway that leads to the narrow entrance to a green that is well protected by two deep bunkers. The green is long and all uphill, with a small tier that cuts the final part. To the right, after the first sand bunker, there is a second grass bunker, which comes into play when the flag is placed at the end of the green.
The optimal choice is a mid-iron to play to the centre of the green, trying to be very accurate because offline shots may incur stiff penalties from the deep bunkers on the sides of the green. With the short flag, playing a lower iron should suffice, possibly leaving an uphill approach rather than a downhill putt.
This hole provides an opportunity for par only for those who hit a first shot straight on the fairway, because getting out of the deep bunkers is difficult to manage, especially with a short flag.