The back nine begins with a narrow uphill shot. Severe trouble runs along both sides of the fairway, so accuracy is very important. The uphill elevation change makes this hole play much longer than measured. The terrain plateaus 80-90 feet short of the basket, and then it's all downhill from there -- including a dropoff right behind the pin that sees lots of rollaways on missed putts that land on an edge. Ideal position on drives is on the right-hand side of the fairway, as there are fewer trees to contend with on that side for approach shots. But there's enough brush and trees between 10 and 18 to punish you if you get too far to the right. And approach shots from the right hand side are at a greater risk of skipping/rolling down the slope behind the pin.