It is a demanding medium length par 4 with OB right and left. Avoid the fairway bunkers on the left and you will have a mid-iron into a well-bunkered green.
From the fairway you will have a short iron into one of the smallest greens on the course.
A good drive, avoiding both fairway bunkers, will leave a long iron or fairway wood into a well-bunkered green. Par is like a birdie here.
Now you have a mid-length par 3 with a green that is surrounded by bunkers and a swirling breeze. Pick the correct club and get out of here with a par.
Longer hitters can reach this fun par 5 in two. Two good shots should leave a short iron into this challenging green.
Check the tree tops for wind direction and pick the correct club!
Don’t cut too much off the corner, bunkers and OB right are lurking! A good drive will leave a mid-iron into this sloping green.
Keep the ball in the fairway and avoid the bunkers surrounding the green.
Two good shots will leave a medium iron in. Birdies are possible but par is still a good score!
Avoid the bunkers off the tee and you will have a short-iron into the green and your best chance at birdie on the back nine.
Even a good tee shot will leave a long iron into a small green with plenty of bunkers.
Double-check your yardage and pick the correct club!
Hit the green and you will have a legitimate birdie chance.
Don’t over hook it, the trees on the left will obstruct what should be a mid-iron into a well-shaped and bunkered green.
A good drive and second shot will leave a short iron into another green with lots of bunkers protecting it.
Sometimes the wind swirls around this part of the course so choose your second club wisely!
A long iron or fairway wood needs to thread the needle between some bunkers to find the green.
If your drive and second shot stay in the short grass, you will have a good chance at birdie on a classic risk/reward finishing par 5.