Back on the edge of the course overlooking the dyke, with the Coast Mountains looming in the distance, this longish par 4 is tree lined with a fairway bunker steering players away from the dyke. The resident Bald Eagle pair command the best view from their nest in a towering tree on the left side of the fairway. The pine tree-framed green (with a pot bunker front right) is narrow and long: a back pin can be 3 to 4 clubs longer than a front pin position.