A tricky hole with the tree in the middle of the fairway causing the tee shot to be a little more difficult. A chance to score well here though.
Robert Trent Jones Snr. said:
“A single tree can be utilised within strategic design”
HCP 0-9: A solid long iron to the centre of the fairway and short of the ditch. Tour 2nd shot will be a short / iron wedge to chip onto the elevated green.
HCP 10-18: Take the driver down to the middle with the tree being your line of attack. This will leave either a mid / short iron into the elevated green.
HCP 19+: Driver straight down the middle of the fairway towards the tree. This will leave the bigger hitters with a nice mid / short iron into the elevated green. The shorter hitter may have to play up to the ditch and chip onto the elevated green.
Green: A small but receptive, slightly undulating so be careful with the putts here. The green does have a slight slope right to the left but is bunker free.