Given a set of points in the plane, we show that the θ-graph with 5 cones is a geometric spanner with spanning ratio at most √50 + 22√5 ≈ 9.960 . This is the first constant upper bound on the spanning ratio of this graph. The upper bound uses a constructive argument, giving a, possibly self-intersecting, path between any two vertices, whose length is at most √50 + 22√5 times the Euclidean distance between the vertices. We also give a lower bound on the spanning ratio of 1/2(11√5 - 17) ≈ 3.798.