This is a long and curved hole, with a dog-leg to the left.
The Fairway is broad but, if you do manage to miss it, there’s water waiting to the left and trees to the right.
So you should try to put it down the middle.
Go for maximum length with your second shot, there’s no real risk of getting into difficulty.
The third shot should go down the right-hand side of the fairway, to keep away from the water on the left.
The next shot should be an accurate pitch onto the green, avoiding the water to the left and behind the green, and the bunkers behind and to the right.
The undulating green is 29m long and about as broad.
Top players can try to cut the dog-leg to shorten the hole – keep away from the trees and the water.
The carefully hit second shot finds the middle of the fairway about 80m in front of the green.
The green shot goes right over the middle of the water.