The first of the two par 5s in the back nine. From the elevated tee your first shot can be somewhat testing if the prevailing wind is blowing as there is a stand of trees on the left and thickets of bushes on the right all waiting to catch misdirected drives.
Get your second shot into the right spot and it gives you a much easier approach. A shot down the left half of the fairway is ideal as there is a right-side bunker, about 60 yards from the green, ready to capture any shots drifting down the right. Your third, usually a wedge, into the well-guarded green is made a lot easier from this left side especially if the pin is tucked away to the right of the green behind a large greenside bunker. This makes a birdie very much a possibility.