- White tees 440
- Yellow tees 416
- Red tees 387
Patience, caution and accuracy are the watch-words on this hole, which has a 90 degree dog-leg to the right. The hole gets its name because you have to traverse the winding Bourn Brook twice, once off the tee and again with the approach into the green. It is possible to cut the corner, but generally the greedier the attempted tee shot, the more costly the results.
Par is good score on this tricky hole. Brook comes into play on tee and approach shot. Risk / Reward hole, the braver you are from the tee the easier the approach.