The road home to the clubhouse is the longest par 5 on the golf course. The hole begins from an elevated tee, allowing golfers clear vision of the hole from tee to green. An ideal tee shot should be placed as close as possible or over the fairway bunkers defending the left side of the first landing area to help shorten the hole. The next shot towards the green is greeted by a very wide fairway that has bunkers causing concern for longer players. The best angle for the approach shot into the green is to the left and high side of this split level fairway, which grants full vision of the entire green surface and the reflective lake in front of the clubhouse and guarding the fairway left of the green. A more conservative approach is to split the difference between the fairway bunkers, straight in line with the green. However, this position will make the green surface very difficult to see and guessing where the flag location is. The green setting has saving bunkers to the left and a deep bunker right, just to keep your attention. This is the longest green on the course from front to back, so bring your long putting skills to finish off your round at Zala Springs with a flourish!