The first par 5 on the back nine is another long hole. This is a three shot hole with no bunkers. The tee ball should be hit down the middle of the fairway. The second shot should be placed between the trees on the right and the ditch on the left. The third shot is very important. The green has a huge tier that slopes from back to front. If the pin is back, any shot long will be very difficult to get up and down. If the pin is on the front, any putt down the hill will not stop. Be short on your third shot. If you can get the ball up around 100 yards or less for the 3rd shot, I like to hit a chip shot to the green that does not spin. Any full wedge will spin off the green.