Beware out-of-bounds all along the right and remember that the approach shot always looks longer than it is.
Make sure you don't play to the 3rd green by mistake and allow for the fairway sloping from left to right on your tee shot.
Although out-of-bounds and deep rough are always lurking, the better line in is from the right of the fairway.
A fairly straightforward Par 5 with out-of-bounds all along the right of the fairway.
It's a long carry to cut the corner and three bunkers are lying in wait for anything missing the fairway. The green slopes from back to front.
Once you've threaded your way between the fairway bunkers there are plenty more surrounding the small green.
This is the only semi-blind tee shot and your approach is played to the smallest green on the course, so club selection is vital.
A true risk-reward hole where the best line to the green is from the right of the fairway bunkers. The raised green can also be tough to find.
A short Par 4 with most of the trouble lurking down the right.
Don't miss left on the tricky short hole or you could be left with a tough shot to the green.
The off-set tee makes finding the fairway a little more difficult and the green is well protected.
Aim for the right side of the fairway because everything tends to kick to the left and the fairway narrows considerably at around 260 yards.
The wind will probably be the deciding factor when considering how much of the corner to cut off.
Whilst there is a bail-out to the right of the fairway it leaves a much tougher line to the upturned saucer of a green.
If the prevailing Westerly wind is blowing here you'll definitely need to take an extra club.
Once you've avoided the fairway bunkers make sure you've got enough club to reach the back of the longest green on the course.
On the signature hole the drive should favour the right-hand side to give a better line to a raised, two-tier, pear-shaped green.
Although there are no bunkers, the approach shot often stops short or kicks sideways on the mounds in front of the green.