One of the many challenging wooded holes on the course, especially if the basket is in the B position, which is most of the time I've played here.
The teepad is elevated, with both baskets in the woods down and to the left. The B basket is in a much denser thicket than A. For RHBH, this requires a hyzer shot. If you or your party have never played here before, it really helps to go have a look.
If you are throwing at B, it is critical that you don't over shoot the small gap you have for your second shot. It's better to be short. Unless you've hit the gap perfectly on your drive, the second shot here is usually tricky.
When you get to the tee pad on 3, look to the left and locate 4ís basket. It will be either directly to your left, behind you and a bit further to the left, or way in front of you and to the left. Other than in the new long position, it can be really hard to see the basket from 4ís tee.