valuable strokes on your scorecard.
Many options are presented and available off the tee on this dogleg right par 4. With two ponds protecting the landing area and a green that looks ripe for the taking, selecting the correct club and angle to approach the green is critical. Choosing to play left off the tee is the safest play, but will leave the longest approach shot traveling over the fattest part of the pond. Playing over the middle fairway bunker is an option, but if you hit your drive too far,
you will end up rolling down the embankment and your ball will get wet. However, if you can get the ball to stop quickly, it will result in a much shorter and less dangerous approach. Your final option off the tee is to grip it and rip it right at the green. But, you must carry the pond and make sure to start the ball right of the fairway, or it will end up kicking left and into the greenside pond. Landing safely will afford you the option of a flip wedge with nothing but short grass in front of you. The long and narrow green is protected by a front and back bunker and presents subtle breaks. Be aware of the wind direction, you may not feel it standing on the tee, but if you neglect to factor it into play, it may cost you