A sharp dogleg to the right with the second shot crossing over Floyd's Fork, this par 4 requires precision on both the tee shot and the approach to the green. For most, the tee shot will be with a 3 wood or long iron to the left center of the fairway, which slopes slightly to the right. The fairway is protected by rough on both sides. The right side slopes toward Floyd's Fork. Placing the tee shot in the fairway is critical to play the demanding second shot with a mid to short iron. This green is well guarded with a closely mown collection area, which extends along the right side and behind the green. Left of the green is extremely treacherous with a deep bunker and rough, which slopes steeply towards Floyd's Fork. There will be plenty of pars on this par 4, however for those who are not cautious a big number is not out of the question.