This is the second par 5 hole of about 466m that makes use of two different tee boxes. Just about 10m from the tee box is a lateral water hazard that is known as the python’s den. Further on, at about 15m is another lateral hazard. Both sides of the fairway are thick roughs made of orchards that are home to squirrels and birds. The orchard on the right is popularly called the “Love garden” but has been nightmare to many golfers.
There are 7 bunkers on this hole. The first is on the left; the second and the third are on the right, at 300m to the green, the fourth and fifth are at about 100m and 90m to the green respectively; while the sixth and seventh bunkers are on both sides of the green. Standing at 50m, at the centre of the fairway, to the green is an imposing tree that has caused so much pain to many golfers. The approach to the green is hilly; the green is egg-shaped and gently slopes from back to the front.