A secluded, narrow valley in Scotland is called a “Glen”, an appropriate description for this short but demanding par 4. A double fairway around a majestic 60-foot tall white oak offers multiple playing options depending on the teeing area chosen. From the back three tees, the player now has three routes. A fade or draw can be played around the oak or, alternatively, longer hitters can go over the stand of trees on the right. A new bunker on the left defines the fairway. The green complex is one of the most difficult on the course, sloping dramatically from back-to-front, and a premium is placed on stopping the player’s ball below the hole to avoid the strong possibility of a three putt.