A short par 4, which is drivable to the long hitter. The safer approach would be to “lay up” in front of the bunker to set up a short pitch shot into the green. Bunkers on the left and in the front of the green compel the golfer to judge the second shot to perfection.
A narrow landing area riddled with bunkers suggests a circumspect tee shot, short of the fairway traps. This leaves one with a short iron second to a two tiered green fronted by three pot bunkers.