The hole doglegs to the right and rises up to an elevated green. A carefully placed tee shot to the centre or left half of the fairway provides the best angle for the second shot.
A large gum tree protects the inside corner of the dogleg, trees and mounds to the left make it near impossible to get your ball on the surface in the right spot.
The green is situated about 7m above the fairway and slopes severely from the tier in the middle to the front edge. This renders the front right section of the green unusable (false front).
The front left is protected by a bunker.
Putting is also very difficult here. It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve played this green, you must treat every putt as if it is new. Pace is absolutely critical to walk away with two putts. Putting downhill is hard work.