Most probably the toughest hole on the course, this medium-long par 4 is played into the prevailing wind. This hole requires a good drive to a fairway protected by a couple of bunkers and mangroves along the left, and some dunes and palm trees on the right. The green is situated just above a steep embankment, with a big Baobab situated on a rock embankment guarding the back right of the green. This green provides several pin placements along the length of it, requiring players to carry the steep bank on the right to get to the back pin placements. Players can run their ball onto the green from the left side, with a couple of round bunkers protecting the right side of the green.