Apparently Peter Alliss once remarked that this stroke index 5 is one of the toughest in the country. The average club golfer faced with a par 4 of 431 yds should have taken the time to warm up properly before tackling this.If you avoid out of bounds on both sides of the fairway off the tee, an accurate long iron shot into a well protected green awaits to have a chance for a par! Aim left of the first fairway bunker, being careful of the ditch on the left, to position yourself to carry the fairway width second bunker with a short ditch on the right and approach between the greenside bunkers. Look for the subtle borrows on this largish green. Although this 275 yds par 4 is stroke 13 it can be an early card wrecker. Trees on the right are easy to avoid but keep clear of the ditch on the left. Across the ditch is out of bounds. Try not to go bunker hopping across the narrow green with a hogsback down the middle.