Players should not be fooled by the official length of this hole as it will produce more than its share of high numbers. The average player must play to the far right to make the fairway that plays as a tough forced carry over the gorge. Better players can try their luck by cutting off distance by playing further left over the wall or even having a crack at the green should wind conditions allow. The sight line for players is the right fairway bunker that leads to the widest part of the fairway and a short approach shot. The green is elevated and slopes from back to front with two levels. Anything hit short of this green will find the front bunker or roll all the way back down the hill leaving the player with a brutal chip. On the other hand anything over this green will likely be unplayable in the native. We recommend you pull the right club and hit it perfect! Once on the green it’s the huge slope will totally dictate the break and speed. Short of the hole usually gives the player the best shot on a birdie or par putt.