If you’re not too nervous and get the tee shot into play, I would think it would be a pretty good opportunity. An uphill second shot into the prevailing wind, it’s kind of hard sometimes to hit it the right distance, but I think it’s a pretty good birdie hole for these guys.
It’s a fairly flat green and a fairly good-size target. A lot of guys will take a driver or maybe a 3-wood (off the tee). If you go much less, you can catch the side slope left and get down there where you don’t have a very good look at the green. It’s a nice starting hole to work your way into the country club.
Did you know?
This hole is named for Kevin O’Connor, the club’s longtime caddie master who died in 1983.