This hole is the first of four successive holes built in the 1980s. It is a true dog-leg right to left and at 397 yards is a difficult hole from start to finish. A good tee shot should be aimed to the middle of the angle leaving a view of the green. The green slopes sharply down from right to left and the ideal second shot is a left to right shot, avoiding the out of bounds left, to hold the green and finish below the hole. The green is arguably the most difficult on the course and very few putts will be conceded here. The hole, as many have discovered, is aptly named.