Men: 533m, index 3
Women: 477m, index 1.
A wide fairway awaits the tee shot. For the bigger hitters, taking on the right side is an option when there is a favourable wind. The cliff along the right side and the dry water hazard on the left side, both present a threat for those who hit a wayward tee-shot. The second shot requires most planning. Laying up and allowing a full shot for your third is the smart play. A mound on the right and a slight bottleneck in the fairway guard the approach to the green. A genuine pot bunker is positioned at the front left corner of the green and is best avoided. The green slopes from back to front so any long shots over the green result in a difficult chip. Like most greens at Werribee Park, if in doubt take a club that will leave you under the hole. If the wind is favouring, this is definitely a birdie hole. If a cross or headwind is in play “Be Careful!”