A short par 5 with a slight dogleg right and a very demanding green. It is often said that a routine par on this hole is two on, three putts. A tee shot aimed at the satellite box (small gray box) through the fairway will avoid the large fairway bunker on the right side. The second shot can either be made at the green or laid up so that you are certain to keep your ball below the hole on the putting surface. A laid up shot must avoid the small fairway bunker on the left side. The green is three quarters protected by two bunkers, one on the left and one on the front right. Your third shot must be left short of the hole. This green is severely sloped from back to front with another ridge extending from the left to the right. Short and right of the hole will provide the easiest putt.