This tough uphill par 3 has bunkers ready to catch anything short left or right. The pin is quite often tucked in behind the bunkers on the right. Unless you are feeling particularly brave, confident, or just plain lucky, ignore the pin and settle for getting on or near the putting surface. When putting or chipping, be aware of the slope from back left to front right which is a little more severe towards the back left corner of the green. This was once described by Peter Alliss as the best par three in the West of England.