A well-struck tee shot is required on this difficult hole if a player is to escape with par or better. Although long, this dogleg right second hole provides plenty of fairway to aim at off the tee. The desired angle of attack on your approach shot will be from the left side of the fairway. Aggressive players choosing to amputate the dogleg will have to carry their tee shot 215 yards from the blue tees to avoid landing in the large and deep fairway bunker to the right of fairway.
A 240 yard tee shot from the blue tees to the center of the fairway will leave the player with approximately 185 yards to an immense green that measures 38 yards from front to back. The green is protected by a bunker to the front and right as well as grassy mounds surrounding the back of green and to the left.