Blue – 407 yards
Yellow – 350 yards
White – 317 yards
Red – 297 yards
While the green is at least theoretically reachable from the tee, it involves a blind, miracle shot over trees, water and bunker. While that won’t put some players off, the safe shot is to take an iron advancing down the fairway to the left of the big tree that marks the edge of the water. The hole then turns sharply to the right.
From the middle of the fairway, the tee shot will have to carry some water, and a bunker to reach the elevated green. Getting a good read of the distance is essential as if you pick the right club, the shot is beautiful. Get the wrong one and you’ll be in the water before the green or over the green, which is best left unspoken. The green is very wide, but not that deep, giving a selection of pin positions. It does slope down towards both ends, so tricky putts are found all over.