This is NOT the time to flex those trackball muscles. Don't even think about trying to hit it over the water because it really won't help you much – plus it likely won't work! Instead, get the ball rolling on the par-4 tenth by laying back on the first fairway. This should take the water out of this hole. You will then be left with a longer iron shot or possibly even a 5-wood. Careful with how you decide to play your approach into this green. While backspin is certainly an option, make sure to club up if you decide to go this route. The up-6 green will force your ball to spin hard backwards, and you put yourself at risk of spinning all the way off the green. Adding something extra or clubbing up will help ensure that your ball stays on, and you'll likely have a makeable birdie putt. Avoid the water, nail the approach, visit the bird sanctuary and move along.