On this straight-away par-4, the tee-shot must miss the deep pot bunkers that sit in the middle of the fairway. The ideal line is to the left, opening up the green, which is sunk beneath the dunes, giving the hole its name – ‘Lag’ translating as ‘hollow’. A drive to the right will likely leave a blind approach. And don’t be misled by the “look” of the green and the subtle swales. Not everything will run down onto the putting surface. The lower-tier towards the rear makes good distance control essential.