Low Handicap Player: This is an uphill shot to an almost blind green. Because the shot is uphill you will get less spin on the ball. Club selection here is a 3-iron. The trees on the left encroach on the fairway. The best shot is a draw or straight shot to the middle of the green. If the player is to miss the green the best place to “bail out” is short left.
Average Handicap Player: The greatest challenge for the “Average” player is to take the pot bunkers out of play. If you cannot be sure to get to the green, you must look to the best percentage shot. In this case it is short (60 yds.) If you feel that you might not reach the green try to play for position. If the player finds himself in either of the pot bunkers, the shot to execute is to play a “normal” sand shot with a 9 or 8 iron. The key is to get the ball over the lip of trap.