The tenth hole starts the back 9 with quite a long par 4 which is usually affected by the wind (hence its name). The fairway slopes quite drastically from left to right, and there is deep rough off the right of the fairway, so a shot up the left-hand side is ideal. The approach shot tends to be blind due to the green being cut into the hill with a plateau before it. There is a marker behind the green to give you an idea of its location. The green itself is relatively flat but, because of the slopes, the grass bunker and the rough to the right, the approach is better left of target.