From the white tees, you could be forgiven for thinking that you are driving through the Dartford Tunnel. There are trees right and left forming a tight avenue but then the fairway opens up. Keep a little to the right as the hole is in fact a dog-left left which tightens as it goes on. This is a lovely hole and nowhere as difficult as it seems as first. From the yellow tees, many of us could be looking for a par and even the possibility of a birdie. Look back again and enjoy the view with St Andrews Church, the 12th century horned church which gives Hornchurch its name. It is also the furthest south that the ice sheet reached in the Pleistocene glacial period. Thus, as you return to the road and cross it again, you can be sure things are getting warmer!