The most difficult hole on the course is about 400 metres, bordered by tall, thick poplars and characterised by an almost persistent headwind. The players have to be very careful in the placement of the tee shot in a fairway channelled through the trees; while access to the green is bordered by a small bunker on the right and a larger, deeper one on the left. The green has a tier that raises the final part.
The driver is of fundamental importance for the score on this hole, to the point that it might be convenient to sacrifice a little distance in favour of precision. The second shot is not difficult, but it is probably the longest to be faced throughout the rest of the course on the par 4. The bogey is always lurking.
The strategic aim is to reach the green with the third shot. The driver is however necessary and must be placed in the fairway. The second must, in fact, be a fairway wood to place as close as possible to the green. One approach to take which will allow you to close with an easy bogey at this point, assuming you have paid attention to the treacherous micro-slope of the green.