Through the years, this long dogleg left has changed several times. First, it was made shorter and then it was returned to the original length, which added back the 50 yards that were lost. As a result of the recent additions to the first hole, this long par-4 will now play as the second hole. Players will need a 280-yard drive to reach the turn in the fairway, then another 170-yard, mid-iron shot to the green. The elevated green has a back-to-front slope; miss it and par will be tough to make.