Positioning your drive off the tee is key on this dog-leg par 4. With out of bounds down the left hand side, and trees lining the right, often a long iron can be the right club to get you in position for your approach shot. After a sharp dog-leg to the left, you play up the hill to the green. The natural gradient from left to right make the three bunkers lining the right edge of the green tricky to avoid.
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"Aim for the barn doors off the tee to leave an easier shot to this tricky dogleg left hole."