Par 4 - 361 Metres/395 Yards
The second loop of the course is an inner loop, somewhat more protected from the sea, and runs clockwise. The original course was designed by Eddie Hackett, the renowned Irish course designer, and the 10th hole honours him, by bearing his name.
The 10th, par 4, is a dogleg to the left, where the longest hitters can attempt to choose to cut the corner in the hopes of a pitch up to the green, which is hidden off the tee. The sensible golfer sticks to the right of the fairway watching the ball land safely. Careful here, you may not need a Driver off the tee as you can run through the fairway. The green is easily within reach of the second shot, as long as it is straight. The green itself is long and wide, but level enough to make a par here easily attainable.