Completely different hole from each set of pads, particularly the Black. Tight anhyzer line from the Black tees, with lots of dense trouble off the fairway to the right, and the pin tucked away uphill and well guarded. Long drives that reach the green with momentum have an unpleasant habit of finding an edge and rolling 80-100 feet back downhill. Both the Blue and Red pads require you to be able to hit a line with some precision, and the left-to-right curve of the fairway makes this hole much more challenging than the short distance would suggest. Red pad has a "clown's mouth" pair of trees just past the pad -- hit the gap with a slight anhyzer shot and you could easily be putting for birdie. Miss it and you're 200 feet out with an extremely difficult line and a taco'ed disc.