The back nine starts with this little par 4. Many people play a long iron off the tee since there are out-of-bounds to the left and a lot of trouble to the right dictating a need for accuracy.
The long hitters can easliy drive the ball over the hill and down into the "hole" in front of the green resulting in a 60-yard chip to the pin. Regardless of your "game plan", you'll still be hitting into a small, undulating green that's twice as wide as it is deep.
A short approach will roll back while there's no place good to be past the green. The general slope of this green is back to front and right to left. Remember that a downhill putt on this green can be catastrophic!