Hole Four – 376 metres

A double dogleg left with a blind second shot over water to a shallow fairway. The tee shot is straightforward and to a wide fairway but needs to be accurately positioned on the right line and about 230 metres from the tee. From that location it’s possible to hit the second though a gap in a row of gum trees, over water, to a position about 45 metres from the green. A shorter or longer tee shot, or one on the wrong line, won’t allow that gap to be accessed and the second will need to be played to the right of the line of gum trees resulting in a much longer third shot. This green has water on three sides and bunkers across much of the fourth. All three shots require really good distance control as well as being straight.