A short four down hill to a sharply contoured green protected by bunkers on both sides and a hollow at the front.
A firm straight drive can find the putting surface for a potential eagle though missing the green left or right will leave a very difficult chip over sand. A short drive will risk the fairway bunkers from where a four will be a challenge. From the fairway the chip is through a deceptively tricky hollow. Most players will expect a three or at worst a four here and a bogey is always a big disappointment.