A long par 5 with the green set on a plateau overlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The tee shot can be difficult, requiring a forced carry over native grass to the fairway with the correct line being farther to the right than the golfer first suspects. The second shot must carry a large ridge with bunkers cut into it in order to enjoy a good view of the green for one’s third. A second shot slightly left of center leaves the best approach. The green itself is well contoured, often requiring a running approach to get close to the day’s hole location. Bunkers left, a grassy hollow right and a deep swale behind protect the massive double green.