The dog leg right third hole is the most difficult hole on the golf course. Tee shots placed to the right will shorten the hole but put you at risk of catching a tree on your approach while a safer tee shot to the left will lengthen the hole considerably. A miss hit or short drive and the conservative play is a short shot to the corner.
Once around the corner, another challenging shot awaits with a large pond protecting the right side of the green. Those who wish to avoid the pond can again the safer route with a shot to a strip of fairway to the left of the pond.