Note the pin position on the marker before the tee, before aiming up the middle of the rising fairway, hoping for a friendly fall to the left to give additional length. This line risks lusher ground to the left of the fairway, but leaves an easier shot in to the blind green. The alternative line up the right will find friendlier vegetation, but risks a difficult stance, and a very tight line over the right hand edge of the fairway on the distant ridge. Here, the ground falls swiftly and from the right. The blind green lies at the bottom of a dingly dell fringed with grass and ferns, which will trap errant mid-irons. The area to the right of the green was used around the time of the Great War, to test heavy naval and field guns, firing far out into the Irish Sea.