Though match play can cause players to make unusual decisions, most will leave driver in the bag here. Two fairway bunkers on the right reduce the landing area by one-third at the 240-yard mark. From here, a short iron should set up a birdie opportunity. This green was recently reduced in size to its original dimensions and is protected by four bunkers, most notably the steep-faced one at front left. Other than No. 9, it is the smallest green on the course. A short but great par 4.
||The smallish, size-appropriate green. Note one of Tilly’s original “aiming trees” offset to the left directly behind the green.