The tee shot on the short 10th hole is played to a fairly generous landing area. Like the 6th, if the club selection is too conservative, the player will have to negotiate a series of uneven lies from ridges that cross the fairway. The ideal approach to the elevated green is from the right side of the fairway. Shots pulled left out of fear of the hazard that lines the right side of the hole and crosses in front of the green may be blocked out by a stand of tall poplars short and left of the green.
An unseen bunker lies at the back of the putting surface. A false edge wraps from the front of the green around the entire left side and will carry the errant shot down a steep slope into heavy rough. Once reached, though, the green itself is uncomplicated.