The signature seventh hole is a sharp dogleg right measuring 400 yards. The tee shot rewards a left-to-right ball flight as it leaves a shorter approach into the green. Depending on wind, anything from a driver to a long iron may be used off the tee but it is essential to take enough club to get past the dogleg. From here, a mid-iron is left to this wide green with a deep bunker short and water catching any shots missing left. Anything on the right side of the green is the safest. The 7th green is pitched back to front meaning if you hit the ball past the hole, you are faced with a quick putt back towards the water. Much like the 6th hole, a 4 is a great score on this hole.