One of three interesting par 5s on the course.
This double dog leg offers a good chance of birdie. From the tee there are two options:
The safe route would be a long iron towards the right of the fairway, followed by another long iron or fairway wood to the left of the fairway bunker to leave a straightforward pitch to a large inviting green.
The braver route would be to hit a 3 wood or driver over the out of bounds fence; if successful this line shortens the hole considerably. However, if the ball fails to find the narrow strip of fairway your second shot will be played with a short iron from heavy rough back to the safety of the fairway. (Fortune doesn't always favour the brave.)
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Very tidy place and well maintained. Has a small 6 hole pitch and putt and amazing views in the back. Great individual holes and clearly numbered. The range targets are well marked and clear to see.