Probably the most straightforward hole on the outward half, yet still a testing par four. From the medal tee, looking backwards across the river to the park, one reason for the abundance of wildlife on the course is only too obvious with ducks, geese, swans, water-hens and even sea-gulls being fed a never ending supply of stale bread. On the left of the hole, trees border the fairway. Yet from the tee, the gap seems wide enough, a good drive beyond the two left bunkers often helped by a gentle slope towards the green. However everything moves right, bringing a fairway bunker into play from the tee for the longest hitters and, more significantly, a front right greenside bunker, visited far more frequently than its companion on the left. Little compensation that the green entrance is generous, and the mounds surrounding three sides prevent many shots running through to the undergrowth beyond.