The first hole on the inward nine is the second of back-to-back par 5’s. This hole weights in at 506 yards and doglegs to the left on the second shot. For the longer hitters it may be wise to hit less than driver off the tee because a drive that strays only a tiny bit can reach the trees down the right-hand side. A trio of bunkers that run down the left side should be avoided off the tee in order to make a layup easier. It is very difficult to leave yourself a full wedge into this green, as the layup tends to run down into that awkward 50-60 yard range. Bunkers short and right, and trees all around the back protect this large green. This hole may be your last good birdie chance as you enter a demanding stretch of holes.

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