This is a short, very drivable par 4 that demands great accuracy. Many of the golfers will gamble and try to hit their tee shots on the green — but while the rewards are great, the penalties are severe. A waste bunker and water hazard run up the entire right side of the hole and definitely come into play, particularly since the wind often blows from the left. The green is deep but not very wide, much like the 10th at Riviera, one of the most famous, drivable par 4s in golf. There is a large bunker protecting the left side of the putting surface, which could see plenty of action as players guard against the water to the right of the green.