Longest hole on the front nine. Features a dramatic tee shot to a tight landing area between trees and the trailers. Big arms will generally take a shot over the trailers to the downhill green, but leaving it short risks being stuck between the trailers, and anything that finishes too far left will be swallowed up by the kudzu and potentially end up at the bottom of a steep slope. From any of the tee pads, the woods and brush on the right can be nearly impossible to get out of once you're in there. RHBH hyzer approach shots from the fairway along the trailers need to come in soft -- a pin-high shot with too much momentum can easily skip or slide 50 feet or more past the basket on the hardpacked downhill slope, and anything that doesn't turn left soon enough will end up in the midst of thick brush and trees. You'll see a lot of hyzer spikes and soft tomahawk/thumber approaches here both from the fairway and from between trailers.