The fairway bunker is about 300 yards off the tee, which will be easy to get to downhill and downwind. How many guys want to take on the 19-yard-wide area between the little hazard on the right and the bunker on the left will be interesting. But if you want a shorter shot into a difficult green, I think a lot will take out their driver and try to knock it past the bunker and get to where they have a 160-, 170-yard (approach) shot and then it's a little more doable. If you're back at 210, 215 yards to an elevated green built for a par 5, it's like hitting a 230-yard shot to not much of a target.
Did you know?
Jack Landen was 63 in 1983 when he holed his second shot, from 215 yards, for the first known double eagle on the hole that normally plays as a par 5 for the membership. The hole is named for the late Sam Reynolds, one of the club's best-known figures in its history.