With the tee right back in a chute of shrubs and trees and right on the river bank this long par 4 is rated the second hardest on the course.
The tee shot requires a straight drive to the fairway to have any chance of attacking the green with your second. To the right you will be blocked by a large gum and to the left by a dense stand of trees which hide the green.
The two tiered green is generous but has a mound covered in thick grass to the right.
Downhill putts from the back tier are the stuff of which nightmares are made.