Despite being one of our shorter Par 4s, the 7th is by no means the easiest.
It tempts big hitters to cut the corner, but the more you cut off, the smaller the landing zone. Full-on drives that go too straight may find that the silver birch trees at the front left of the green complicate their approach. To the left, our beautiful Rhododendron bushes await pulled tee shots.
If you do the sensible thing and play it straight, take note of the left-to-right slope along the entire fairway, which can kick weaker shots into the the trees, but will push well-judged shots down the hill towards the green.
An accurate tee shot is rewarded by a nice view of the green, although when the pin is tucked behind the large front bunker, distance judgement is key.