This par 4 is a dogleg left with out-of-bounds left. You should generally use an iron on this hole; there’s no way you are going for the green in one. Don’t go over the green because it’s practically impossible to get up-and-down from behind the green.
Hit a club that will go 220 off the tee to lay up to the corner, AND hit a draw if you can as the fair slopes from left to right. From there you will be left with a severe uphill shot from about 150 yards that will play 1 – 2 clubs longer. This green is two tiered green guarded by a bunker on the right. Anything over the green is dead as this green slopes severely from back to front.Adam Person