Hole Two   - 273 metres

An uphill slightly dog-legged par four that will play at least 15 metres longer than its measured distance. The hole bends to the left in parallel with the seaside cliffs with the fairway crossed by ponds about 50 metres short of the green. The tee shot to a hidden quite narrow fairway is particularly intimidating and needs to carry at least 170 metres. The cliff can be avoided by going well to the right but there are trees present there and the second shot is much more difficult from that angle. The flag position is normally back right in a shallow section of the green with a bunker in front and a penalty area two metres behind the green. There is plenty of green to the left but undulations make the approach putt more challenging.