This hole was tough to begin with and the redesign has strengthened it even more. This is a slight dogleg right that gives the appearance of offering very little landing area from the tee. Massive bunkers protect the left side up to 350 yards out and the right side up to 330 out. Right off the tee is dead because the second shot will be out of thick rough and most likely blocked out. The ideal tee shot will be down the left center of the fairway, making sure to stay inside the bunker that borders the left side of the landing area. From here, a short-iron approach to the most severe green on the course must be negotiated. Large bunkers in the front will make a player be sure he has taken enough dub to carry onto this elevated green.