This long par 4 plays uphill from the tees to the land area where it doglegs sharply to the left. A golfer trying to cut the corner on the inside of the dogleg will find a large group of bunkers that will collect the ball and make for a difficult second shot to the green. The best position off the tee is play close to the bunkers to be rewarded with a more open shot to the green. From the elevated fairway a medium to long iron shot will be required to reach the putting surface that works from left to right.
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