This is a long par 4, dogleg to the right at 90° with a forest on the right side of the course and out of bounds on the left. The green, the edges of which descend dangerously to the rough at the right and back, is protected at its entrance by a bunker on the right and a very deep one on the left.
The championship tee is set well back so the difficulty of this hole is to manage to place a long enough driver on the left side of the fairway to have a shot at the green with no trees in front. To attack the green, you must then pay attention to the choice of iron, because the wind often blows from the sea which could carry the ball over the green, leaving a very tricky return approach from the rough.
It is a long hole making it difficult to reach the green in two shots. It is therefore important to adopt a strategy allowing you to attack the flag from a favourable position. The driver must be aimed to the left, well away from the forest, which would hinder the second shot. If the green is visible, you could try to reach it with a long shot, but a conservative strategy is preferable with a lay-up in front of the green. The short distance from the approach to a big enough green with less slope than the previous one makes this easy.