A difficult dogleg left par 4. The corner of this dogleg is clearly defined by the fairway bunker. A tee shot at or just left of the bunker will provide a clear view of the green. Long hitters may attempt to cut the corner of the dogleg by aiming at the gap in the spruce trees protecting the left side. The small green is protected on the left side by a bunker. The green has a ridge running through the middle from back to front. This encompasses the back half of the green. A second shot placed short of the hole on the same side as the pin will provide the easiest putt.