The first of four par 3 holes, # 2 sits exposed to the prevailing winds which usually cross the hole at almost a 90 degree angle. The green is bisected by a large ridge from back right to front middle which sections the large surface into four or five smaller targets depending on the pin. Front pins are protected by the ridge when on the right and by the two severe bunkers when on the left. Back pins are difficult to get at since the green narrows significantly as you approach the back edge. Par is a good score here.