The simple-looking par-3 third is 174 yards and guarded on the left by a swollen pot bunker and on the right but a tightly-mown hillock. Roll-offs left and in the left-rear probably eliminate many attempts at a run-up shot. The third green tilts right to left.
Things pick up considerable steam at the beautiful par-4 fourth, teeing off over a ravine with out-of-bounds down the right in the form of a property line. Another right-to-left shaped tee shot with bunkers left sets up an approach to a green situated between hillocks. The iron shot also sets up nicely for a right-to-left shot shape.
The 4th is named for Ireland’s first Open Champion and Portrush native son, Fred Daly.