Our back 9 starts off with a short par 4 with a fairway bunker left which many a tee shot has found. The longer the drive is struck the narrower the fairway becomes as the fairway also dips and rises leaving an often awkward 2nd shot. This green gets rather firm in the summer and many an approach shot lacking significant backspin will roll over the back of the green into thick rough. This green also slopes front to back with a rise on the right side making a mid right pin enticing but risky as 2 bunkers guard the right. As in most cases an approach to the middle of the green leaves a good look at birdie.