Number seventeen is a risk-reward par four. Playing at just over 300 yards, a well-struck drive can leave you no more than a wedge in, but a slight miss and you will more than likely be in one of four fairway bunkers. A set of two guard the right side at 200 yards from the tee, and the others guard the left at 250. Many players take the safe route to the left, leaving them a short to mid iron approach. Accuracy is also a must on your approach; three high-lipped bunkers will surely test your sand game should you have the misfortune of missing the green. Seventeen green can look intimidating due to its large size, but it is in fact pretty flat. A safe iron to the middle of the green will always yield a respectable run at birdie.