Ask any regular player which of the 18 holes has the greatest potential to be a "round-buster," many will say hole #2 leads the field. With dense trees hugging both sides of the first leg of the subtle dogleg left, and with a large hill located just prior to the end of the first leg, a long and straight tee shot is critical to having a chance to be able to see the green on your second shot. Having a view of the green on your second shot is very important as the second leg of the dogleg features a narrow fairway also hugged by dense trees. If your length prohibits you from reaching the top of the hill with your tee shot, a lay-up shot to the 150 marker is recommended for your second shot. The green slopes from back to front. You definitely don't want to be long with your approach shot.