One of the flattest holes on the course is given character by the staggered fairway bunkering and Alps mounding on the approach. The ideal line off the tee is a slight fade landing right center between the fairway bunkers to open up the best angle to the green. The Alps cover the left half of the green and hides a fall off collection area that penalizes shots long and left. A bunker wraps around the front right. An Alp mound behind the green provides a back stop, and also influences all putts on that portion of the surface. The template is modeled after what is now the 17that Prestwick in Scotland, home of The Open Championship and designed by Old Tom Morris.