The most difficult par 5 on the course. A drive down the right is a must because of the sloping fairway that runs to the left towards the out of bounds. Your second shot again must be hit up the right to this slightly elevated green with a clever bunker situated on the right hand side of the green.
It does look like the greenkeeper got out of bed on the wrong side when he put the marker post in the rough on the right, but it is the best line as anything on the fairway will run off left and may even go out of bounds onto the road. There is a slight plateau at driving distance but anywhere else and you will be playing with the ball above your feet.
The trees on the right are part of the same wood that you met on the right of hole 12. They like to keep golf balls for themselves and they threaten you all of the way down.
This is the steepest slope of all the fairways and it catches you out the most, even though you’ve had a few holes to get used to it. If you are on the slope and it is going to take you another two shots to get onto the green think about taking it easy on this shot even if it does leave a longer shot in as a big shot can easily end up out of bounds on the left.
Try to get so that your approach shot is coming up from the left side as it is very hard to get onto the green from the right because of the large bunker on the right put there for just that reason and don’t go over the back of the green as there is no drop zone for the ditch - it is out of bounds.