A narrow drive with a tree lined fairway that slopes again from left to right. Three bunkers on the right will catch the mishit slice; left and the trees can block out the second shot. A good drive will travel through the "gap", leaving only a short second iron although from a hanging lie, hitting the green is not guaranteed. A large bunker collects a pushed iron, whilst miss on the left and a delicate soft landing pitch may still not be sufficient to stay on the putting surface which slopes steeply from left to right. Downhill putts are not for the faint-hearted.