PGA Pro's Tip
Professionals say that there are more fours achieved from off the left of the fairway than from the bunkers on the right. But this is the toughest drive with a lot of risk to it. With a downhill approach to the green it is difficult to leave an uphill put. With a big right-to-left slope on the approach it is hard to hit and hold the green from the right of the fairway. In summer, downhill putts are notably speedy. Perhaps the easiest way to play the hole is to do what former member George Johnson did in 1972 - he drove the green!