This is lovely dogleg right par 5. Your tee shot has a very generous landing area that is narrowed down by two fairway bunkers, one on each side. Long hitters who can place a tee shot between the two bunkers will be rewarded by hitting a downward slope that will carry the ball within striking distance of the green. The second shot brings the dogleg into play. A shot cutting the corner of Sherwood Forest on the right will leave the best angle into the green. The approach shot must avoid the two small pot bunkers on the left and one large bunker at the front right of the green. The green itself is moderately sloped from right to left. A ball placed to the left side of the pin will provide the easiest putt.