A risk-reward opportunity is provided here. A dogleg right with two large fairway bunkers at the inside corner that can be carried with a solid tee shot. Ross intended to bunker the inside of a dogleg, but not the outside as we see here. He also liked to challenge the player to carry the bunkers at the doglegs. If successful, a short iron is left. The green has a large mound at the front left and another running diagonally from the back left to the middle. If the hole location is near either, chipping close is very difficult. This is another short par 4 for players that requires precision from tee to green.