If you get to the fifth tee at par or maybe only one over, you have done well.
The fifth hole’s major challenge is keeping the ball on the fairway to set up a second shot into a green with wide-open spaces around it. A relatively deep sand trap at front right guards the approach shot, while over-enthusiastic second shots may lead to a tricky shot out of a small bunker at the left rear, or a pitch back up from a little depression onto the slightly elevated green. The green has a central ridge running from front to back ? watch for this if you need to putt across or along it.