The number 1 handicap on the course lives up to the difficulty. An accurate tee shot is required on this dogleg right par 4 that is surrounded by woods. Moreover, depending on how long you are off the tee, it is necessary for your tee shot to find the left side of the fairway in order to avoid a tree that overhangs the fairway and guards the dogleg.

The approach shot into this green must also be an accurate one. Even from the fairway, woods still loom down both sides of the hole and pushing your approach shot just a little right or left could certainly find some trouble. Once on the green, players will discover a slope from back to front, and there will be very few flat putts to be found.