Don’t be fooled by this shortest hole on the course. This slightly elevated and smallest green at Kota Permai is also one of the toughest. Ashoka trees on the right are to prevent sliced tee shots from hitting the homes while any shot pulled left of the fairway will end up in a clump of oil palms or khayas. For most, an eight-iron would be the longest club for the approach but landing the ball on the right spot will demand accuracy and courage. The green slopes away from the left bunker. Overclubbed approach shots will find thick rough and out-of-bounds.