Low Handicap Player: Here the green is almost the opposite of the 2nd green, in that the slope is from back to front. As a result most of the shots to a “center” pin or a “back” pin will hold the green. The club selection here would be from a 7-iron to a 4-iron depending on the wind. The Low Handicap player should be concerned with distance and accuracy. There is a “hump” in this green that runs from back to front, this must be kept in mind as to the side of the “hump” the pin is placed.
Average Handicap Player: Here the main concern is to play “smart”. Tee the ball on the right side. Here the target is the front or the right side of the green. The “Average Player” will play a five or six iron depending on the wind. The key here is to go for an uphill “chip” or putt. The object is to get over the creek but to stay out of the right hand side trap.