4th, 5th and 6th Holes
4th hole (Par 4)
Avoiding the fairway bunker on the right will leave an easy approach to the flattest green on the course. Greenside bunkers will make life difficult if the tee shot has strayed off line, but this is a definite birdie chance.
5th hole (Par 4)
Long hitters are often tempted to “cut the corner” on this left-to-right dogleg in an attempt to drive the green, but water behind and two right-hand bunkers mean that a tee shot favouring the left side is the percentage play.
6th hole (Par 4)
This subtle right-to-left dogleg requires a solid tee shot to catch the downslope on the fairway. The approach shot requires plenty of club to reach the elevated green which is some 35 yards long and protected by a deep bunker and overhanging sycamore tree on the left and an out-of-bounds fence adjacent on the right.