The landing area on this downhill par 4 is deceptively wide. Ten yards of fairway are hidden behind tall trees that guard the left side at 210 yards off the tee. At 280 yards, a creek crosses the fairway, forcing many players to leave the driver in the bag. From here, the players will hit a short iron over the third of Tillinghast’s “deception” bunkers about 65 yards short and left of the back-to-front sloping green. A small, but severe, mound on the right-front and a steep slope in the back allow several excellent hole positions. Though a birdie opportunity, a short-iron second shot played behind the hole will result in an extremely tentative putting attempt.