The toughest driving hole on the course makes #2 look wide open and inviting.
With a slight dogleg to the right and two tall trees standing guard on either side of the fairway, a conservative tee shot is suggested. The second shot from a sloping lie, downhill to a small green with only three bunkers again suggests careful planning. Once on the flat green, two putts will have you looking forward to the relief that #4 promises to give.
- Consider hitting your longest straightest club from the tee and get it in the fairway.