An uphill hole requiring a club or two more than the distance suggests.
The 9th green is split-level. You'll never see a yellow flag here as the central part of the green features a steep slope towards the tee. Three putting is common for those who finish on the wrong level.
A blue flag is the norm on the larger, rear plateau, which itself has a significant slope towards the tee in places.
Watch out for the large overhanging tree if the pin is tucked left.
Most golfers are pleased to walk away with a par here to close out the front nine.