Par 3 – 192 yards
Players are advised to play at the middle of the green with an extra club to account for the wind and be content with a par. If the pin is up, putting is no easy task.This one-shotter is deceptively difficult. Typically playing into a breeze, the green features a narrow and sharply sloped tongue and three hidden pot bunkers to the left. The sharp slopes to the right are no man’s land, and a bunker addition to the back right will catch shots that go long.