One of the best Par 5’s in the country. A well played hole will deliver a birdie, a poorly played hole could deliver a 10.
The property’s perimeter fencing which is out of bounds guards the left hand side, and a set of two fairway bunkers and tea tree guard the right. One of the tightest fairways on the golf course, not only do players have to thread their drive through a series of hazards they must combat the left to right southerly that sweeps this hole. A drive down the middle presents the golfer with an opportunity to hit the green in two, but a poor shot will find trouble with sand and tea tree guarding the green. An undulating green makes putting difficult, but a well struck putt will get its rewards.
TIP: Find the fairway at all costs, even if this means hitting three wood or a long iron from the tee. Unless you’re one of the longer hitters, lay up on your third. There is a small pot bunker in the middle of the fairway, either just short or long of the bunker will give a flat third shot into the green. Locate where the pin is on this hole as depth perception can be quite difficult.