Now you’re on the other side of the water you’ve just played.
Try to keep your tee shot away from the water on the left and put the ball on the right.
Play the bunkers strategically – try to play them safely, and you could end up in one.
The second shot is like the first, as there are bunkers on the right and water on the left here too – but the fairway is nice and broad.
The third shot puts the ball near the green, so that the next shot puts you on the green (28m long and wide).
The green is surrounded by four bunkers.
Good golfers should be able to hit their tee shot to next to the bunkers, and then play a fairway wood to get to within about 120m of the green.
The next shot finds the middle of the green, leaving a short putt to finish the hole.