Tips from the Pro:
The last par 5 on the course, this is a challenging birdie hole. A dog-leg left, but the bend doesn't really come into play off the tee. Play a long shot down the right side and you'll have a clear view of the hole for your approach. From 125 yards out, the fairway slopes steeply upward toward the green. As with the 7th green which sits just short and to the left of 16, this is one of the more difficult greens on the course - especially if you're above the hole.
The safe play is your second shot to the bottom of the hill, then a wedge or 9-iron up to the green. The green also has a tricky slop on the right edge, so beware pin placements to the front right.