Another par four, still in the area of the original Broadwood, starts with a tee shot from well beyond the previous green back in the opposite direction. A wild shot right can easily find the parallel thirteenth fairway. Yes, it lengthens the hole because the intervening trees have to be carried but a shot to the green is always possible. Care must be taken with the fairway bunkers, the right side one is in reach of most players whilst the left side ones are often in play depending upon the wind. The ideal is a long and straight drive, leaving the very hardest hitters close to the green and pitching to the largest, flattest putting surface on the course, before enjoying another splendid view to the town and beyond.