Another difficult hole on the back of the toughest hole on the course. A right to left dogleg with the fairway sloping left to right towards the tree-lined rough.
A red pegged penalty area meshes in along the heavily treed gums with only the luckiest misplaced tee shots playable.
Safe play is to place a long iron inside the 150m markers setting up a mid-iron into a difficult green. It's critical to be putting on this green as short chip shots can be challenging to hold particularly if the surrounds are wet. Your approach shot needs to either land softly to stop on this green or be placed short to release onto the putting surface.
Aggressive play is to pull your driver & take the tiger line with the ball shaping back into the fairway leaving a lofted wedge into the green.
Again, accuracy is critical to give yourself a chance of walking away without a blemish on your scorecard. Do not stray too far right off the tee as the fairway will push your ball hard right with the slope. Putting uphill on this green is an advantage as it's very slippery.
Pictured | From the back half of the green towards the fairway.