The tenth is a most attractive hole which is a slow dog-leg left to right with a slightly elevated green. Both tee and approach shots have to negotiate the stream. The tee shot must stay straight and favour the left half of the very wide fairway. The green is framed by beautiful oak trees, two of which guard the narrow entrance. The stream across the approach is wide and deep and is a source of much anxious head movement. Going long on this hole also guarantees at least a bogey, because of the difficulty of pitching back to a green that slopes sharply away from the player.