Drive it straight up the middle.
A slice here is not what you want. Try for something just to the left of the rock.
Shape your drive right to left to take advantage of the sloping fairway.
The hazard that cuts through the fairway can come into play off the teebox, you may need to consider a fairway metal off the teebox.
Downhill Par 4 to finish. Step up and hit your approach into this relatively flat green.
All the trouble is up the right side on the 2nd hole.
A good finish to your front nine. Best to play it as a true Par 5, lay-up to a good yardage for your 3rd shot into the green.
Plenty of fairway bunkers to distract your view off the teebox.
Your approach shot requires an extra club to hit into this elevated green.
A downhill Par 3, multi-tiered green with plenty of bunkers guarding the front.