461 yards, Par 4
A very narrow shot from the tee is what awaits the teams at The Ryder Cup, protected on both sides by trees and hills, this hole has a bog mire—a Site of Scientific Interest—short of the green and a bunker left of the green. This is one of the more difficult holes on the golf course. It’s a beautiful golf hole, just relatively difficult especially with the prevailing wind against you.
Described as the signature hole on the first nine. A good drive is a must to set up the second shot to a green that has trouble all around. Prevailing wind is normally against, so driver is the club to have a chance of making it in two… even for the big boys at The Ryder Cup.