The 9th hole is the second longest par 5 on the course and presents a slight double dog leg. Ideally your drive off the tee would be positioned left on the fairway opening up a shot to the green, although attacking this green in two creates a lot more challenges if you miss. If your tee shot stays high and right, a lay up near the fairway bunker should be considered. This large green is surrounded by 4 easily hit bunkers, 2 left, 2 right. Considered one of the easier holes on the course, birdies can be achieved here with a well planned out approach.
Mens Tee: Par 5 505 m
Ladies Tee: Par 5 425 m