Par 4 – 396 yards
From the tee, the hole is not visible. You simply see a fairway that drops off about 250 yards from the back tees. Hit your driver here… if you don’t mind playing your next shot out of the rough and possibly from a 45° downslope. You may have to play the fifteenth a time or two before you learn how to play it.
The smart play is a cut up the center of the fairway. The ball will naturally roll off the slope a bit left, but that provides for a clearer shot to the green. Too far left, though, and some trees (and OB) will block your path.
The approach will be made with a short iron to a green that plays a club shorter downhill. The green is receptive to high shots, but will spurn pitches from beyond the green – as with most every other green, long is bad. The green putts fairly true, and birdies can be made here if you play your tee shot well.