After hitting a drive and a mid-iron to secure a par, most poeple wonder why this is stroke index 3, right up until they play it again! Tee up on the left to avoid the trees, and to give room for the approach around the sharp dog-leg. Be warned however, the bunkers are well within range for all players.
A short to mid-iron should see the ball into the hourglass shaped long green, but avoid the bunkers guarding the middle green. The green is long enough to require another club if the pin is at the back.