From the tee the golfer looks down the fairway and towards the first of the water courses to the right. At approximately 210 yards from the white tee runs a stream diagonally across the hole at the point where the fairway dog-legs to the right. A good drive will clear the stream but a layup short will bring a large tree at the right of the dog-leg into play. The approach to the green is fairly straightforward although a miss to the right will see the ball disappear into a watery grave. A miss to the left is likely to be either out of bounds or end up in a grass hollow.
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