As with #1, from the long tee this is a hard hole, has a short tee, and is very easy to get a 4. The hole is a gradual right turn and the hill slopes sharply downward to the left. As with the first hole, left is miserable. Poison Oak along the right side of the fairway. Position A is under the far trees to the right. Position B is straight/right and was once visible, or so I've heard. Position C is tough as it's long and behind the far trees. If you play from the long tee a spotter is strongly advised.