The fourth hole is the longest hole on the golf course, requiring three great shots for most players. The tee shot is played to a generous fairway but is guarded by fairway bunkers left and a grassy ravine on the right. Players who choose to challenge the right side of the hole can receive an additional roll on their tee ball. There are many options on the second shot. Competitors who choose to layup will face large fairway bunkers on each side of the fairway.