The front nine ends with a real risk reward par four. It is a dogleg left which longer hitters can attempt to hit the ball over the corner and leave a very short shot into the green. The ideal shot is around 200 yards and on the left side of the fairway. This ensures a clear shot to the green avoiding the bunkers on the corner of the dogleg. The green slopes away from you and from left to right and is also protected by a bunker short of the green and on the left. Putting can be difficult due to the subtle slopes in the green.