This is your last chance to breathe before the famous toughest three finishing holes on the Grand Strand. However, don’t relax too much because this hole can certainly punish poor shots. There is a gentle dog leg back to the left; make sure you hit the fairway and have a mid to short iron in. The green slopes from the back right of the green to the left front. A well-placed second shot should give you a great chance for birdie. Then get ready to show what you are made of over the next three toughest finishing holes in Myrtle Beach Golf.