A long straight par 5. A tee shot anywhere down the fairway will provide an adequate second shot. Avoid the large fairway bunker on the right. The blind second shot is aimed at a landing area in the valley. Be careful not to hit the ball too far on this shot, as Beaver Creek is ready to swallow any shots a little long. A second shot placed on the right side of the lower landing area will generally provide the best third shot as it takes the large bunker in front of the green out of play. Two small bunkers come into play at the rear of the green. Your third shot must carry Beaver Creek to a large flattish green. What slopes are present on this green tend to flow from right to left with the front third of the green sloping towards the creek. A third shot placed short and left of the hole should provide the easiest putt.