Blue – 462 yards
Yellow – 420 yards
White – 400 yards
Red – 382 yards
The 4th is a tricky par 4, first because it is quite long, and second because of the water and bunker hazards that cover it! Apart from in the rainy season though, the hole is a beauty that is often used to advertise the course. A large lake runs along the right side of the fairway, and a huge bunker runs along the side of it. The fairway isn’t the widest fairway on the course, so the bunker, or the water often pick up stray shots. To the left of the fairway is OB, and a few well placed bunkers.
Assuming you’ve hit a good tee shot, your second shot will be over a small stream towards the testing green. The chances are you will be left with a long approach shot, and there is a large bunker short of the green to the right, placed to pick up any short balls.
Once on the green the hole is far from over! The green breaks in all directions from a raised centre. Leave your ball in the wrong place and it may be impossible to putt out (well, I’ll leave it for Tiger to prove me wrong one day!).