A golf hole that places a premium on a long accurate tee shot with its slight left dogleg and narrowing of the fairway. Most average players still have a 150-yard uphill shot to the green after a good drive.
The really long-ball hitters can get up the hill and have just a short iron in. But, if you pull or push your tee shot (long or short), you may not even be able to see the green for your second shot (let alone go for it).
This green is fairly small for a hole of this length. Most approach shots are missed short due to misjudging the distance. This, certainly, is preferable to missing right, left or long. The slope of the green from back to front can make for some interesting putts.