Low Handicap Player: Depending upon the wind and other factors, the player should play between a 6 and 3 iron. If the wind is in your face, play the higher lofted club, so that you will be in front of the green or short of the green. Because the green slopes right to left, you want to be short and leave yourself an uphill approach.
Average Handicap Player: Here, the concern is mainly distance. The choice of club can be any from a 3 iron up to and including the driver. The wind is the governing factor. If the golfer lands on the bank or in the “valley,” the left side of the hole is the correct approach.