Having avoided the bunkers on the right and thick rough to the left the long hitter, helped by
the prevailing wind, may be able to get up in two. Failure to do so may result in finding the cross bunker immediately in front of the green. When the flag is close to the front of the green it can be difficult to get a second shot anywhere close to the hole. A birdie 4 may be as frequently obtained by placing the second shot short of the throat of the green and relying on a chip and a putt.