When throwing from the tee, Many RHBH throwers attempt a low skip shot where the dogleg begins to turn left, in an effort to skip ace. Other RHBH throwers try to throw a hyzer just below the ceiling of trees, in an effort to achieve a diving ace or get behind the last tree nearest to the basket. On this hole, the logs to the left of the tee delineate the dogleg left and denote a mando (depending on whose playing). There are two safari dirt tees that can be used on this hole. The first is right at the beginning of the walkout from hole 3 and right after going under the tree canopy. Please use a spotter to watch the walking path and roadway that you need to cross in order to play this longer hole that essentially eliminates the walkout and plays much longer. The second safari is found immediately after crossing the road to get to hole 4, set back next to the curb, off to the left and just slightly further away from the pin than the regular tee. This throws directly over the mando area. This shot is more wooded, but a more direct line to the pin.