This is the shortest par 3 on the course, but it is a very strong golf hole. The tees on this hole are dotted all around with small mounds, some actually higher than the tee surfaces themselves. This is not an issue, however, because shots will be played with highly lofted clubs. The mounds represent a feature seen on some of the more remote Scottish or Irish links courses, but views of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline quickly remind you where you are. A large bunker sits between the wall and the putting surface, protecting the right side and the demanding back-right hole location. Low, gentle fescue mounds line the left side of the hole and behind the backleft portion of the green, which angles away toward the city skyline. The left side of the green is generally approachable and might be considered the “bail out” area even though it is protected on the left front by a deep pot bunker.