A classic risk/reward hole marked with an "s" curve to the landing area. Errant tee shots are almost always a hard recovery shot due to the denseness of the trees in this area, but those succeeding in their gamble can make it down around the basket. A downhill green with a small gully on the back left side and several trees on the way make this a challenging birdie hole.
There is an s-curve RHBH anyhyzer line that skirts the early trees in the middle of the fairway just to the left, tails back into the wooded area on the right, and then finishes back slightly left to the basket area for a drop-in birdie, but it requires hitting exactly the correct line -- too far left, too much on it, or too little anhyzer and you'll end up seriously in jail behind one of the clumps of trees on the right side of the fairway. Too much anhyzer and you'll end up in the woods between 9 and 16 or 18. And of course if you miss the line there's the risk of hitting those early trees or ending up off in the woods/brush with a nasty second shot 200+ feet from the hole.