A great par 4 that requires a good tee shot down the left side of the fairway.
This will leave you with a testing uphill second shot into the the left to right sloping green.
Make sure that your second shot allows for the slope and take plenty of club for the uphill shot.
"The second hole, nearly a hundred yards longer, is much stiffer and regulation fours are not so very numerous.
The tee-shot is down an avenue of trees, and the "tiger" is then asked to carry a wide dip to reach the plateau green.
Many will wisely decide there is little hope in "having a go" with the second shot contenting themselves with being on in three. Even at that, the bunker on the left just short of the green, is a definite menace."