A club that hits 250m or less is required off the tee to stay short of the bunker. This leaves a challenging second shot with a short-to mid-iron to the green. A miss short or slightly left of the green leaves an easy chip, but a poor shot to the right could see your ball end up in the bunker or the water hazard. The three-tier green slopes from back to front, which makes distance control with the approach shot essential.

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