If you had the wind at your back on #1, then you'll be hitting into it on this demanding par 4. With water guarding the entire left-hand fairway, the smart play is to aim just left of the fairway bunker on the right. A tee shot hit to the right centre of the fairway leaves a mid to long iron second shot which will not have to carry any water. As the front of this green is usually firm, balls landing short will often bounce onto the putting surface. This green is almost 40 yards deep, so pay close attention to the pin position as it can greatly affect your club selection.