Somewhat more demanding than your average par 4,#2 requires a long and straight tee shot to this narrow fairway. A little fade is certainly better than draw on this tee shot.


If you can “clear the hill” (the downslope begins about 175 yards from the green), you will be rewarded with an approach shot of no more than about 150 yards.


Guarded on the right by a sand bunker, this green has an upper plateau at the back. If the flag is there, you need to try to get your ball up there. Be cautious, though, as the back of the green runs hard to the left and it’s very easy to find yourself behind the green chipping back.