Though it's hardly a pushover, this par 5 grants you a little relief. As long as you can avoid the tree by the pond and not get behind the cedar tree by the cart path, there's not a lot of trouble awaiting your tee shot.
A nice draw started toward the right edge of the fairway yields the best results. Once you've hit the fairway, it's just a matter of sending the next shot straight at the green. Often reached in two, this hole is a birdie opportunity.
Though this green will tend to throw your ball to the right if you get toward that side, it's mostly flat. Be sure to avoid the bunkers (a short shot will feed toward the right one) and since there's a pond behind the green, long usually isn't a good miss.