Another drivable par-4 through a valley with heather on both sides. With the obvious risk comes reward, the decision from the tee largely dictated by the pin position. If the flag is near the front of the green any risk is minimised. But if the hole is cut on the distinctive tier towards the rear of the long and narrow putting surface, the sensible play is to lay-up and leave a short-iron approach. Whatever, recovery is always difficult once out of position.