7th par 3 146 yards S.I. 17
Glamaig - named after the mountain, the summit of which is actually hidden behind what we can see beyond the green.
This is another par 3 which plays as two entirely different holes depending on the tee used. First time round, the approach is directly away from the sea, crossing the previous fairway. It is a bit more uphill than it appears and so plays longer than the yardage suggests. A bank at the front edge of the green means anything falling short will struggle to make the putting surface. Anything long will find rough under birch trees on the bank behind the green.
The green slopes quite severely back towards the tee. Putts or chips from below the pin will be slow but from above the pin can be treacherous.