The wind will be a large factor in where players will elect to hit their tee shot. If the hole is playing into the wind, tee shots will be played at the turn in the fairway just left of the fairway bunker. If there isn't any wind or playing downwind, players will try to take the tee shot over the tree and fairway bunker to cut off some extra yardage. Approach shots will vary from a mid to short iron to an elevated green guarded by a series of bunkers on the right. Any shots missing short of the green will roll back into a collection area-making par a difficult score. The green is also two-tiered from front to back requiring those looking to make a birdie to be very accurate with their approach shot.