Aim for the middle of the fairway to avoid the trouble on the right. The surface of the long and narrow tenth green is always rock hard, so be careful to select the right club for your approach shot or you will risk over-shooting the green.
The 10th Par 4
The tenth is a dog leg to the right.
Look for the middle of the fairway with your drive off the tee. Bunkers and trees protect the right hand side. Remember to take an extra club for the hill. Be sure to check the wind direction, as the highest green on the course is very exposed, with a bunker front left and gullies on the right.