A testing par 5 into the prevailing wind with a landing zone well protected by bunkers left and right. A long drive finding the left hand side of the fairway give an opportunity to see the green for the second shot.
One of the most demanding tee shots on the course. There are fairway bunkers and rough guarding this hole on all sides. The ideal line challenges the left bunker and you can follow the lighthouse from there.
The shorter hitter contends with 2 fairways bunkers at 230 yards, and the longer hitter with 2 at 280 yards. Missing these is crucial to reaching this green in 2.
One of the more undulating greens on the course, there is a large tier that makes back pins difficult to access. There is a steep run off to the left and back of the green which must be avoided.
The world-famous golf course in Rosses Point offers an excellent challenge. The traditional links layout, designed by Harry Colt, utilises the natural contours of the dune-covered landscape rather than moving large amounts of earth during its design.