Hopefully you've taken advantage of the 1st hole sub-par opportunity. This par 3, playing anywhere from 139 to 216 yards, will require a good mid to long iron shot positioned somewhere near the days flag-stick location. With a huge green, surrounded by large, deep bunkers, you'll want to avoid being faced with a 60-80 foot putt. The pin can be tucked extreme right or left, behind the traps, forcing a well shaped shot if you want a good putt for birdie.
There are two separate tee boxes, with the upper box high above the green, providing a beautiful view of the hole and all it has to contend with.