Accuracy is a premium off the tee. A straight tee shot will leave a long approach. The more you cut off the dogleg the shorter the hole becomes. But be careful not to use too much club and drive through the fairway into the natural area. Too short of a tee shot will land you into the deep fairway bunker leading to a non-par hole. The second shot will be onto the heavy, undulating green that sits atop the hill. There is no room for error here on Error Hill.
A short second shot will bring the ball rolling back toward you some 5 to 10 yards. Right, left, or long will send the golf ball bounding into the woods. Aim for the middle of the green, two putt, and go to the next tee.