The longest hole on the course requires three accurate shots. The tee shot is through a chute of trees to a narrow landing area guarded by bunkers on both sides. On the second shot, the golfer must decide to carry the bunker that sits 200 yards from the green or play left and bring the lake into play. From this point, the approach to the green must contend with a green that is bordered by water on the left. Depending on pin placement, the collection area over the right side of the green can be a savior or a punishment.