Dog-leg left. The drive is through a saddle between two sand hills, from where the fairway curves down and left, before it rises again to a plateau green on the side of a hill. The correct line from the tee is up the left, skirting some horrible rough sandy ground, with the reward of a short pitch into the face of a sloping green. The safer line up the right from the tee, risks a longer iron from an uneven lie, and brings into play the small bunker to the right of the green. A safe shot to the back of the green has to be followed by a tricky down hill putt.