Time to close out the front nine. Hopefully you've avoided the blow up and are in a good position at the turn. The ninth hole provides us with another very interesting and potentially dangerous drivable par-4. The two main objects to avoid on this hole are the giant building on the right and the water situated on the far backside of the green. To get your drive to land near or on the green, you'll have to hit an A-1 type shot, ensuring your ball starts left and bends right around the building. With some practice, you should be able to figure out what kind of shot is required for a given tee box and wind. Hitting the building or the water will likely result in a par or worse so avoid these potential disasters. Missing an eagle is fine; missing a birdie kills the scorecard. If in doubt, go for the sand or short of the green and play it safe.