Low Handicap Player: From the tee the player should use a long iron or a fairway wood and favor the right side of the fairway. Since the green slopes from right to left the player should have as his approach shot, a wedge. The “easiest” putt will be from the left, front of the green. Being long here could be a problem since the “rough” at the rear of the green is often long and would present the player with a down hill chip.
Average Handicap Player: Should favor the right side of the fairway and should use a driver or three wood. A shot pushed to the right will offer the same obstacles namely the trees. A “hook” off the tee could mean the “practice area” this is marked as “out of bounds.” Again, the best approach is from the short left or an iron to the center of the green and look for your par.