A mid-length par 4 that doglegs right around a couple of bunkers into a generous landing area.
Often playing down wind, a mid to short iron second shot will not release to the back of this raised, long back to front sloping green. If the pin is back, you will have to plan to get it there. Missing wide or long will leave a tricky chip or pitch back and you still will have work to do putting on this difficult green.
- Playing to the outside left edge of this fairway increases the length of your second shot.