Watching for pin location is vital for a birdie attempt on this short par 4. A sand trap to the right of the fairway may be a problem for some but its presence is mitigated by a generous landing area to the left side of the fair way. An oak tree stands prominently roughly 40 yards in front of the green and forces players to place their shot either to the left or the right. The best course of action is a tee shot played right which allows access to most of the green as it elongates out and away from the tree. Four bunkers surround the right and back side of the green and a large channel funnels its way through the green so an accurate second shot is a must to make birdie.