Tips from the Pro:
Number 4 is one of the most beautiful - and challenging - holes on the course! The elevated tee overlooks the pond behind the 1st green and 2nd tee, but shouldn't come into play for most golfers. A fairly wide open tee shot, this uphill dogleg left is somewhat forgiving off the tee. But unless you're on the fairway, the bunkers along the left side and surrounding the green are sure to test your skill.
Your approach is to a green much larger than it appears. There is a lot of green long and left of the one bunker that guards the front of this green. This green also slopes hard in front and back, so pin placements can make this a real challenge.
This is another hole where the the Blue markers add 50 yards from the back tees.