This is a great par 3, probably the best of the short holes. Although it is not overly long there are many intimidating factors. First of all the water right in front of the tee catches your eye as you don’t want to dunk one in there and have to shout the drinks at the turn.
Next the large tree on the right side of the green pushes you left, but left is actually the worst place to be as you will end up in a deep bunker. The smart play here is to the front right corner of the green, this will leave you a straight uphill putt and a good chance of birdie. If there is a back pin here be very wary, the green is extremely narrow and the risk far out ways the reward by going for it.