The largest bunker on the course, the Serpent, sits on the inside corner of the dogleg on this long par 5. Longer hitters can challenge this bunker for an open view to the green. The Principal’s Nose bunker, modeled after the original at St. Andrews, Scotland, guards against a poorly struck shot attempting to get home or a misplaced layup. Once these fairway hazards have been navigated, along with a third green side left, the putting surface is perhaps the most severely sloped on the course both back to front and left to right. An approach short and right of the pin offers the best chance to make a putt.