HOLE: 4          'Shape It'

A great hole, but it demands imagination. A sharp dogleg left early off the tee coerces the golfer into thinking they must bend the ball around the corner, causing added pressure on the tee-shot.
An iron of the tee will leave most a 130m approach. Those who wish to play aggressively run the risk of running out of fairway or out of bounds.
For long hitters the green is achievable with the right line over the trees on the left, but beware of thick rough and difficult lines for those who don't make the distance, and out of bounds to the back and right of the green for those who do. Make sure the green is clear before teeing off.
Many a good golfer has come to grief here by not playing the percentages, it may warrant a second thought.