Low Handicap Player: Should use a driver from the tee and favor the left side of the fairway since the fairway slopes from the left to the right. The right side of the fairway is the best angle of attack. This green slopes severely from the left to the right, as will the approach shots. The best putt is generally from the right side of the green, as it is uphill. If the pin is placed in the right front of the green it may be best to be short of the green, close on the right. From any place other than below the hole, the putt will invariably go off the green.
Average Handicap Player: Should use a driver or three wood from the tee. A drive to the left can put you in the tree line (or out of bounds) and force the player to chip out or take a penalty. The trees on the right present the same choices except they are not out of bounds. The fairway and the green go from left to right and the approach shot should be lined up to the left side of the green. The best shot is one that lands short and feeds onto the green.