- Out of bounds on left hand side of fairway
- Dog leg left
- Fairway slopes towards the dog leg
- Lake at front of green
- Four green side bunkers
- Front of the green slopes towards the lake
- Two tier green
- Out of bounds at the back of the green
A long drive will reach the slope, taking the ball down the fairway and making the green reachable in two but for the majority of golfers your second shot is a lay up shot over the cart path and between the two trees on either side of the fairway.
The green itself is protected by the lake at the front, two bunkers at the right hand side and two at the back.
A ball landing at the very front of the green runs the risk of spinning / rolling back into the lake.
A ball landing in either of the back bunkers or long that isn’t out of bounds leaves a tricky shot back onto the green which slopes down towards the lake. A thinned shot from any of these positions will end up in the lake.