At face value this is a straightforward dog-leg playing left to right to an elevated green but the tee shot requires a combination of accuracy and control of distance.
You must get the ball past the oak tree on the right, but not so far that you run out of fairway.
A solid tee shot to the left half of the fairway leaves a difficult to judge second shot to an elevated green, which if missed, requires a good chip to get onto the green.
PROFESSIONAL - 66 Brian Lee 2013
AMATEUR - 64 Tyler Hogarty Rodway Hill 2014
LADIES - 69 Emma Fields Falmouth 1994