This is supposed to be an easy three-shot Par 5. But long hitters will be encouraged to go for the green in two if they can avoid a cluster of bunkers on the left and another on the right at the landing area. There is also a carry over water which runs before the green and along the left of it. A lone tree stands in the middle of the fairway to catch the unsuspecting golfer attempting to lay up around the 110-metre area. Slicers take note of pine trees and water on the right that stretches all the way to the green which is severely two-tiered and well bunkered on the remaining three sides. This is supposed to be a birdie opportunity but the green can be tricky and tough to read.