Two greens, four tee boxes, trees, and sand greet you at the final par-3 of the front nine. Be prepared to hit a variety of shots on this hole simply because there will be a ton of different setups. On both greens and from all tees, you'll be playing into a green with a good amount of break. That hard part is, you never know how the green may break until that given round. Be sure to be aware of your shot indicator to play the hole accordingly. Because of this extra break, you might be left with a tougher birdie putt if your shot in is slightly off the mark. Keep this in mind when deciding just how aggressive you plan to be. While there is plenty of sand on hole 8, don't be afraid to go right for it here. Make sure you end up on the green, but this is one hole where I actually encourage you to play hard for GSPs.