Ensure your tee shot favours the left-hand side of the fairway to leave yourself a clear view of the green for your second shot. There are three large bunkers situated left, right and short of the green waiting for any shots miscalculated, pushed or pulled – long is better than short so do not make the mistake of ending up short of the green.
Although not particularly long, the 4th hole requires a positioned tee shot down the left-hand side of this sloping fairway; if executed, this will then lead to a straightforward approach shot to a green that sits below you. Again, be wise with your club selection as the green is well protected with bunkers short and left for any uncommitted shots. Like the 3rd, a well-played tee and approach shot will give you a good look at birdie.