One of the hardest holes on the golf course with a water hazard running along the left-hand side and an additional water hazard on the right. The tee shot on this hole can be particularly difficult as the further you drive down the hole, the tighter the fairway gets as the water encroaches in on both sides.
Ideally, using a long iron or fairway wood off the tee would leave an approach of around 150 yards into a two-tiered green protected by mounds either side. It’s best to air on the side of caution due to the hazard running up the left-hand side and favor the right side of the green when picking your target line. Distance control is also a key factor for the second shot as depending on the hole location it can leave a long putt for birdie and getting down in two is not a certainty. Get it right though and you will be looking at birdie, most would take a Par at this hole and move on to the next.