A commanding view of most of the front nine is seen upon the approach to the second tee along with vistas of distant fields and forests. Although the second is one of the shortest holes on the course, the shot is a testy pitch along an exposed ridgetop. The openness of the hole atop the ridge ensures that the wind is always a factor for the player and will require a creative shot to keep the ball on the green. A short iron or wedge from the left side tees lines up with the length of the green but has less approach area to run the ball in. From the right tees, there is more approach but the green's back right pin is tucked behind a deep bunker.
It should be noted from #2 tee where the pin is on the fifth green below for a better understanding of how to play that upcoming hole. As you walk to the 3rd tee, also pay attention to the cup location on the 4th green that you walk around.