12 handicapper perspective
Perhaps of all the holes on the course, this puts a premium in being in the right place off the tee. The ideal drive is a draw aimed at the trees on the right in the far distance which shapes back to the middle of the fairway. A straight shot runs the risk of going into the trees on the right while a fade could even go out of bounds and too much draw will find further tree trouble. From the ideal tee shot, a mid iron at least is still needed to reach a green sloping from to back to front with bunkers either side. A par is a great result.
Tee shot is vital.