Go to 9
This is the beginning of the back nine where all of the par 4s measure more than 400 yards. The 10th is a long, difficult dogleg left, which requires a well-struck tee shot to clear the fairway bunkers on the left. A vast majority of the green is not visible for the second shot into the green. A variety of shots are possible to this hole as the front of the green is below the fairway and running shots on are quite possible. This hole will not yield many birdies even though the green is one of the largest on the course. A word to the wise: Do not go over the green or miss right as it drops off sharply, making for an extremely difficult up and down.
Hole descriptions provided by Craig Murray, PGA Head Professional at Canterbury Golf Club