There are three choices from this tee. The first would be to avoid all the hazards and lay up in front of the right fairway bunker leaving a fairway wood to the next landing area. The second option would be to position a drive short of the bunker on the left side of the hole leaving a mid iron lay up or a big fairway wood to reach the green in two. The final option is to work a long draw off the tee past the right bunker. This leaves a fairway wood or long iron into the green. The green is very demanding and slopes significantly from back to front and off on the sides.
Black: 553 | Blue: 522 | White: 517 | Red: 440
This fairway is generous and offers options. You can layup short of the bunkers from the tee, drive into the middle of the three bunkers in the fairway or cover the bunker on the left. Tee shots right will find an Oak grove. Well struck shots will trundle down the large slope leading to the green. Or layup on top of the hill for a fun short wedge shot.
Another par 5 with bunkers placed at every shot. Avoid the short right bunker as it is penal. One small bunker protects the front left of the green and catches all errant second and third shots.
Sloping aggressively from back to front, this green will accept long shots in and is an inviting low spin play with a wedge. It is paramount to stay below the hole on this green, as any shot above the hole invites a possible three putt.