The 10th hole is the longest on the course, with trouble lurking all the way. The tee shot must be straight with the key being to avoid the sand on the right. The second shot requires a lot of thought and is dictated by the water biting into the fairway around the landing zone for the second shot. Again the left side is the safest option but if your drive is short of the fairway bunker laying up short of the water is often the best ploy. Having negotiated these hazards the approach is played to a raised green, with mounding to the left and a very large bunker to the right, so allow one club more.