Blind tee shot from all three pads, with a fairway that climbs up from the tee area and then drops off again, with the pin slightly left of a straight line from the tees. Slope behind and left of pin used to be more pronounced (hence the tee sign comments) -- walking path construction resulted in a flatter slope, with thick grass on it, to the left of the basket. However, the new walking path and beyond is also now OB, so a shot with too much on it that that gets onto or past the path means worse problems than just a long comeback putt. The new storm drain installed at the same time often backs up, resulting in standing water or a muddy mess just short and left of the pin.
A midrange or putter shot on a flat or very (very!) slight hyzer trajectory that just clears the crest of the hill to the left of the mid-fairway tree from the Red pad, or the right of it from the Blue or Black pad, will usually result in a drop-in birdie.
Note that the walking path around the perimeter of the park is closer to the pin and the fairway than anywhere else on the course, and there's a real risk of hitting walkers/joggers/bikers on the path. As the drive is blind to the pin area, it's impossible to completely avoid risk, especially for folks coming from the opposite direction, but do try to be aware of anyone on the path and be patient about throwing if necessary.