Play the tee shot just left of the two fairway bunkers;
avoid the right because the steep embankment and
trees leave a very difficult second shot. Use a
medium-to-long iron on the downhill approach to a
very shallow green protected in front by a bunker on
Favor the left side off the tee because the
fairway slopes towards the trees on the right.
A medium-to-long iron is needed to reach
this closely bunkered green.
Position off the tee is critical to avoid the right fairway
bunkers or being blocked by trees on the left. A blind,
uphill second shot follows to a green with grass bunkers
left and a bunker right.
Don't be short as a stream closely guards right
portion of this two-tiered green. Three bunkers
surrounding the green make accuracy important
to the tee shot.
Keep drivers left of the stream on the right side. Play
second shots to the right side of the fairway. Anything
left will be blocked by trees. A short third shot awaits
to this small, two-tiered green that is protected by a
deep bunker of the right.
Tee off to the right to avoid the bunker on
the left and the steep slope beyond. A
short-to-medium iron remains to reach a
green guarded by a bunker in front and to
the right and mounds to the left.
Carry your tee shot all the way to the green.
If you miss this elevated green, it is tough to
pitch close to the pin to make par.
Tee shots should favor the right side because
the landing area slopes to the left. Avoid the
trees left and the stream right with a very
straight second shot. The third shot is uphill to
a deep, elevated green with bunkers left and
beyond. Pin placement can affect club selection
by as many as three clubs.
Favor the right side off the tee as the fairway
slopes away to the left. From the fairway, use
a medium-to-long iron to reach the green
closely guarded by three bunkers.