STROKE INDEX 6
HOLE 2 DESCRIPTION
The second is a strong par 5 which provides two options from the tee. Those without the firepower will opt to play for short of the two fairway bunkers, playing the hole as a three shotter. With the wind normally from the right, be careful not to lose the tee shot left, as dense trees and thick conifers will make for a tricky recovery. The layup itself is no piece of cake. A narrow fairway is flanked by trees, meaning any lapse in concentration will find trouble and leave you scrambling for your par.
Those with the length and courage to do so will take on the fairway traps. An errant drive will take getting home in two out of the question, but a successful tee shot will leave just an iron into a narrow green, protected by a lone bunker to the right and thick rough to the left. The putting surface slopes from back to front but has a couple of subtle nuances that will challenge your green reading. Putts from above the hole can be deceptively fast, so leave yourself an uphill putt for a good chance of making a birdie or better.