Should be a lot of birdies and eagles on this hole. The biggest challenge is the tee shot. The fairway slants to the left so you have to hug the right side of the fairway and get the ball into the fairway. The (new) bunker on the right side will grab a lot of tee shots. If you negotiate that, you'll have a pretty flat, reasonably easy second shot of roughly 160 to 180 yards (across a creek) to a green that's two-tiered. A ball above the hole is a challenging two-putt.
Definitely the tee shot's the key and because it's downhill, you can hit it a long way. You can't see your landing area so you have to pick out a good spot, find a line off the tee and let it run down. If they get the fairways firm and fast, with the slope right to left, you might be forced to hit a cut shot to hold the fairway. That will make the second shot a little bit longer, but it’s still a hole you can reach in two.
Did you know?
This hole is known to have given up only one double eagle, in 1969 by Dan Monen, with a 3-wood.