Hole 4, Par 4 246yds.
The 4th is a short par 4 dog leg left, with water at the back of the green and trouble left and right. The tee shot is a straight forward if you choose a mid to long iron, to the middle of a large fairway. However, if you feel that at only 250 yards it is worth having a go with a wood (please wait for the bell to ring), a straight shot will make an eagle/birdie very possible. Miss the green and a par will be a good score.
Hole 5, Par 3 125yds.
The fifth id a lovely short par 3, with water all the way down the left-hand side, and a large undulating green at the end. Off the back tees its 177 yards into the prevailing wind, with water all the way to the green, miss hit this shot and its all 'duck and no dinner'.
Hole 6, Par 247yds.
The 6th is another classic risk and reward hole. AT 259 yards the green is drivable, but be aware of the two large holy trees standing like sentries, and the strategically placed bunkers protecting the small shallow green. Miss the green and you may well be looking at a six!