A true risk/reward hole that many players can drive (especially with the prevailing winds). Hit the green and it's a two-putt birdie.
However, a missed green can become a one-putt bogey if you find either of the traps, or, worse yet, get to the right or left of the traps. A tee shot with a long iron landing 60-80 yards from the green usually works well.
This green is fairly straight-forward. The front half of the green slopes toward the front. And, the green is somewhat domed so your approach shot can run right or left, depending on pin position. If you're coming from the right or back, be careful of your speed.