The 9th is a long dog-leg, with well placed bunkers at the corner. The prevailing wind left to right, and slightly against is not helpful, but follow a simple logic. Most golfers would be best playing for a five and single putting for a four, than pressing for a par and taking a six. Use your shots and deflate your ego, up for this hole is not as difficult as we make it. The green is slightly elevated and protected by bunkers, with a large tier halfway across.