As with so many short par fours, it is surprisingly easy to run up a high score, though it will probably give as many birdie opportunities as most holes on the course. The best approach is from the left half of the fairway because of the bunker guarding the front right of the green. The fairway bunker on the right actually encourages you to take this route. Another two-tier green can make for a slightly awkward putt but apart from that it's one of the more straightforward greens to read. Good judgement and control of the relatively short approach shot is the key. When you leave the green, just take a few moments to savour the view, Berry Head, Haytor on Dartmoor and Portland Bill should all be vsible on a good day from the triangulation point.