It has been said that the strength of the Quaker Ridge golf course is its robust par 4s; the second is a prime example. The hole requires an accurate tee shot to the dogleg-right fairway. But care must be taken, as a hooked shot can catch the bunkers between the second and 14th holes. In the 1926 update of the golf course,
Tillinghast used the close proximity of these holes to create a bunker scheme that can provide a challenge to the golfers coming and going on Holes 2 and 14. The second shot is played into a green guarded by bunkers left and right. The green slopes gently from back to front with a subtle ridge dividing the front and back portions.