Hole-in-One Alley rests on the front left of the green. With a pin in that location, balls get spoon-fed onto that side of the green, often falling into the hole with ease. Many get close, but only a handful get a cigar with that pin location.
With such a deep green, you to ensure your club can carry you past the front bunkers. Make it easy on yourself with a putt from the back green than swinging at sand.
A right pin begs you to hit it over there but there isn’t much room and a miss right of the green means more hard times up and down.
No, there isn’t a body of water in sight, but the natural geography means gusts will be teasing you on every stroke.