Cut the corner
Par 4, 448 yards
A tricky par 4 is first up with a gentle dogleg left. Two new bunkers protecting the green make up for a relatively friendly looking tee shot. So despite an accurate drive, the key will be the flag locations, which will undoubtedly bring the traps into play. The front-right bunker can pose problems for players attacking a back-right pin. The back-left bunker will also take care of over-aggressive shots to the rear section of the green.