The tee shot on this par 4 hole, with a dual fairway divided by a combination of rocks, sand and high rough, allows players to go either right or left to avoid this wide hazardous area. If you tee off to the right, the hole is wider and safer, but longer. If you have a strong drive that carries on average more than 200 yards, your best bet is to stay on the left fairway so that your second shot to the flag is shorter. The green has three platforms and is well protected by bunkers on both sides.
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