This par 4 hole is a challenging beginning to a round. An uncomfortable dogleg right requires players to make a tee decision between a safe layup to a lengthy approach shot or a riskier corner-cut attempt that pays off with a much shorter second shot. The smart play is to lay up to the bend of the dogleg, which leaves approximately 160 yards to the green. The green is two-tiered, and the difference between a front right and back left hole location is usually a club in length. There really isn’t a flat putt on the green. The 1st is a difficult par.