Par 4 - 268 Yards - S.I. 18 Men | 14 Ladies
The 10th is a short Par 4 and is probably the least difficult hole on the course. It offers some welcome relief after playing the more testing holes on the front 9.
The tee shot is 'blind' due to the crest in front of the tee. It is possible to 'drive the green', but the protection provided by three greenside bunkers and Out of Bounds close behind the green often means this strategy is not any more rewarding than taking a lesser club and laying up short of the green to leave a simple pitch on.
It is worth giving consideration to the scattering of silver birches situated in the semi-rough on the right. Any tee shots pushed right could well end up amongst these, meaning a clear second shot to the green is impossible.
A boundary fence also runs along the left of the hole which will mean playing 3 off the tee should your tee shot go beyond it. However, it does take quite a poor shot to make this happen.