This relatively short Par 4 dogleg tempts big hitters to cut the corner. But beware, it is quite a narrow fairway and cutting off too much risks having to chip out sideways for two. Long drives that push or fade can run out of room at the other side of the fairway, and risk having the approach shot impeded by trees.
A measured tee shot to the apex plus an iron into the green is the sensible way to play this hole.
The green is deep, so take note of the flag position when selecting a club for your approach and out of bounds waits behind.
And look out for our Giant Redwood tree at the apex (its only a baby at the moment)!