Reaching the green in three should not be difficult for most medium to low handicapped players although there is some premium on the tee shot that has to avoid a cluster of bunkers and mounds on the left at the landing area. Badly sliced shots will end up in a lateral water hazard. The safest route is usually the straightest, towards a fairway that is flanked on both sides by ramnants of a rainforest. From here the hole slopes down towards a picturesque valley with water on the left. A solid second shot will leave you with an golden opportunity to attack an elevated green that is protected by deep, large bunkers on both sides. The pin position could decide between a birdie and a bogey.