A dogleg left par 4 and one of the most difficult holes on the golf course. This hole dogleg left about 200 yards from the tee. An ideal shot would be a ball turning right to left, around the edge of the trees. A shot hit straight or one moving to the right could find the trees and makes the hole a longer distance. The approach shot is usually a mid to long iron onto an elevated green with sand traps guarding the left side. The green slopes dramatically from back to front. Par is a very good score!