The dog leg to the left means that drives must be kept to the right to avoid being blocked out by the large trees. A tight approach to an elevated green means the approach is tricky, especially as it is guarded with two difficult bunkers.
Take a moment to admire the view from the tee - it is one of the best that we afford.
This is a nice hole and a good finish to the front nine. It’s risk and reward and how your card is looking will probably determine your attitude. Stay away from the trees on the left which will block you out and hit a long drive to the right side to clear the dog leg. A draw is best for the big hitters but even if you do go in the trees on the right you can usually get within easy range of the green with your second.
Make sure as you approach the green that you know where the front right hand bunker is as it is not visible from the bottom of the hill. A draw is good but don’t overdo it as that’s a steep slope into the woods on the left. The left hand bunker is only there to catch a bad shot but the right hand bunker is hungry and likes a nearly good shot.
Club selection is difficult for the approach as you are playing from an up slope but if in doubt go long - I really hate that bunker.
Play this well and you’ll get your par.