This might be the toughest hole in the game, let alone par-3. The 16th on Southern requires an outstanding shot in the easiest of setups and a brilliant (and sometimes lucky) shot with tough winds. The green slopes hard to the left, which just so happens to lead to water, and the hill on the right can send your ball in the drink if you hit it as well. Knowing the trackball here is crucial, and many of the great players will tell you it is vital in this particular situation. In order to keep your ball on the green on the 16th, you need to get your ball moving towards the right. This means hitting left of B and then left of 2 to get a nice curve into the green. Depending on where the pin is, you'll also have to decide if you want to apply backspin. With this kind of shot I would highly recommend it. There's no easy way to play but it can be done. Do what feels comfortable and try to stick it.