Having negotiated the 4th hole, two more well executed shots are required to reach the safe heaven of the halfway house.
The tee shot is hit from an elevated tee to an angled fairway over a long, wide fairway bunker. A fade is the preferred flight from the tee, as rough and then trees line both sides of the fairway, making positioning the tee shot critical. A soft draw can also pay dividends if it is hit over the trees on the right
A new tee box was recently added towards the back, making the carry of the fairway bunkers very difficult. Tee shots to the left of the fairway, will result in the "take your medicine shot" and lay up to a short distance. Wind can play havoc on this hole.
The approach shot requires a medium to long iron (or hybrid) to a green set above the player, tucked neatly around a corner at the end of the tree line, and protected by a deep bunker. A well hit shot will hold the small green, anything else finishes in the back bunker. Once reached, the green is generally flat, and the putts are very makeable.