The shortest par 4 on the card offers a good chance for birdie. The tee shot must avoid trees and out of bounds on the right. Play it too far left and you are blocked by more trees. A well positioned drive leaves a short iron to a small green with 2 bunkers in front. An approach hit 10 feet right of the green will probably end up out of bounds in the yard of a neighbor. Just behind the green is a nasty natural area where finding your ball won’t be easy. Play for the middle of the green and a makeable birdie putt is yours.