Best bet on this opening hole would be a well struck 3 or 5 wood off the tee.
Great views of the course from behind the green at 15.
It's a blind shot off the tee over the hill, but if you find the right line, a strong drive could roll out nicely leaving a wedge or 9 iron into the green.
Play a high fade towards the left fairway bunkers and you'll do all right.
No shortage of bunkers to distract you.
Not sure why this hole is stroke index 2 on the card.
Driver or 3 wood off the tee should leave no more than wedge into this green.
Bunkers left and right of this green shouldn't come into play if you lay up your second shot leaving a nice yardage for your favorite wedge.
A wonderful dogleg left into a two tiered green.
You won't find an easier pin placement than right front.