Club selection is the first problem as the wind direction is difficult to assess but note the trees around the green to assist your decision. The green slopes sharply back to front with two bunkers guarding the right and left side of the green approach with another bunker creating a visual test as it crosses the fairway approach to the green. The green is difficult to hit and does not concede two putts easily.
Select a club to get you past the three guarding bunkers. The ideal green placement is short and right of the pin with invariably an uphill putt. Past the pin leaves a slippery downhill putt that can cause nightmares.