The shortest Par 5 on the course calls for a fade from the tee, anything left is pretty much dead. Good hole to attack off the tee, just keep it high and right…..most golfers I know find that thought quite comforting. If you go for the green in two, get some loft, as the green is not very deep. Favor the left side if you do lay-up, it opens up the green. The fairway bunker short and right of the green is 60 yards long; nobody wants that for a third shot. Any short approach will roll back down the hill, long and left is actually a better miss. Back right is considered a sucker pin.