The 9th is a testing par 5. The hole is straight, but not without danger, with trees again penalising the wayward tee shot and fiendishly-placed bunkers eating into the fairway down the left to catch both the tee shot and second. Two or more trips into the sand on this hole is not uncommon, with no fewer than five bunkers guarding the green. Customarily the Red flag is at the front of the green so making a  birdie here is an opportunity that must be taken whenever possible. 

The fourth opportunity see putt to red and white flags. Note the position of the white flag when you finish the ninth as it is usually tucked away and can really help when you approach your final hole.

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