Gold 427 Yards, Blue 403 Yards, Silver 366 Yards, White 317 Yards, Red 286 Yards
Strong hitters can regularly hit far enough where the bank’s inclination will help the ball roll into the stream, or leave it on a nasty downhill slope.
Better to hit just a bit past the 150 marker and get a level, flat lie for your approach. There is enough room on the right from the tees, without bringing the visible bunkers into play, as they are just visual hazards that can be avoided altogether.
This is a complicated green. It has a gargantuan break left to right on pitches coming in from the left of the green after lay ups to avoid the front bunkers. There are crazy breaks everywhere and speed is not easy to gauge as the undulations keep the grain irregular.