This hole is the hardest tee shot on the course. A sharp dogleg left makes position off the tee crucial. The trees on the right offer no relief, and the trees on the left are not much better. The green slopes back to front and is defended by bunkers left and right. There is a lot of slope to this green so like many on the course don't go long and stay below the hole.
Longer hitters can leave driver in the bag if you choose but use any club that is your best bet at staying in the fairway. It is very possible to go too far left and get into trouble but the left opens up to the green sooner than the right if you aren't a long hitter. The green isn't to hard if you can stay below the hole. The bunkers leave a tough up and down so short of the green is the best place to miss.