Par 5 - 518 Metres/567 Yards
The Murvagh Peninsula was a prolific warren, in the past, and the course is still blessed with hares, badgers, squirrels and a myriad of birds. During the season, many a golfer has had to pause his shot, while hares scamper across the fairway, to parts unknown.
This is the longest hole on the course. Aim to the right off the tee and the second shot should favour the left of the fairway. This will lead you up to a winding watercourse some distance from the front of the green leaving a full shot in. The green itself is long and sloped, and is a good test for a skilled putter.