This par 5 hole is another one of those slicer nightmares. Slicing tee shots will either find the deep woods or they'll be directed into a small pond -- compliments of the steep back-slope of the large hill that dissects the fairway 200 yards out from the tee box. Although not visible from the tee, the fairway does have a subtle dogleg left just beyond the top of the hill, so you may be pleasantly surprised to find your hooked shot is given the all clear. The average drive will still leave you 200 to 250 yards from a green that's largely and closely guarded by a hidden pond on the left. If the pin is on the left and you're not sure you can clear the pond, you might want to lay up to the top of the hill with an iron. The green slopes from back to front. Be sure to ring the bell once you've cleared the 150 yard marker.