The second par-5 of the front nine is on the lengthy side, but hey, it's a par-5. While the lovely sand and dirt island with perfectly placed green landing areas is enticing, the safer play would be to stay over dry land and test your luck with two lengthy shots. Tuck your drive up tight on the left side of the fairway with either a long mash or even a C-3. Careful, however, the worst thing you can do here is miss the fairway and take out the possibility of hitting the green in two shots. From here you'll have a very long approach that will probably require a driver and maybe even roll. Don't worry about getting close to the pin, just try and give yourself a manageable eagle putt. In some situations you might be too far out to reach the green. That's okay because a four still works. Worst case is birdie, and let's be honest it could be much worse.