The third hole is a mid-length par four which really puts a precedent on your tee shot. With bunkers protecting both sides of the fairway, accuracy is a must. A good drive will leave you a mid to short iron over a pond to an elevated, bowl-shaped green, sloped from back to front. Experienced players will try to leave their approach shots short of the hole for an uphill birdie putt. If you find yourself missing the green, remember everything breaks toward the pond!