A classy, testing and attractive par 4 played into the prevailing wind marks the beginning of the homeward stretch. Aim as close to the left-hand bunkers as you dare because anything fading right invariably hops and bounces its way into the heather.
The green, which is the largest on the course, slopes more from right to left than you might initially realise. The hardest pin position is at the very back of a green that gradually narrows as it goes on. A fine hole, and one where par is always a good score.