This is just another vintage, mid-range par four to start the inward nine. The tee shot plays downhill and there is plenty of fairway to hit. Use the countrified red barn in the distance as your aiming point with a slight draw for ideal positioning. The approach shot is uphill, with the front right half of the green featuring a false front repelling the ill-struck shot. Played mostly into the prevailing wind once again club selection is crucial in your decision making. The green, shaped like a piece of bread, falls off on all sides.
Caddy Tip: Use the red barn in the distance for your aim point on this downhill tee shot, avoid the bunkers on the right side. The approach is slightly uphill to an open green with a severe false front.