A long par 4, but one where there is plenty of room from the tee. Both tee shot and second shot need to favour the left hand side to counter the slope. On the green, the nearby 16th hole provides a lovely backdrop as you putt out, for what will hopefully be a deserved par 4.
“The fairway must be hit on this long par 4, right hand dogleg. If the drive wanders to the right you will be blocked out by the trees with your second shot. Many players try to run the ball from left to right onto the green. Don’t go for the sucker pin at the back of the green as missing the target will be costly.”
PGA HEAD PROFESSIONAL