This hole is the first in a series of three driveable and fairly easy par 4s. In other words, if your scramble team pars this hole, you've probably dropped a stroke to your competition. If you can't clear the drainage ditch that dissects the narrow the fairway at the 100-yard marker, you may want to throttle down your tee shot to lay up short of it. For the longer hitters, the best tee shot is one that starts left and fades around the row of trees located 50 yards from the green. The small green slopes aggressively from back to front and is guarded by bunkers on both sides, which makes sticking the green with an approach or tee shot a tough prospect.