This down hill scenic par 5 is your best chance to get a birdie. Keep your tee shot to the right of the rock that is on the left side of the fairway in the landing area. Any ball on that line or left of that will tend to kick in the native grasses. If you have a chance to go for the green on your second shot don’t flirt with the right side or you may find your ball in the lateral hazard that guards the right side of the green. There is a lot more room to the left of the green than it appears. However, any ball that is left of the green is almost impossible to get up and down. If you want to play it safe, play short of the green. Any third short from 100 yards and in should have a reasonable chance to make a birdie. All putts tend to break severely toward the creek.