A good birdie chance if you can drive well over the hill. The best option in this case is a line just left of the large pine tree on the hill overhanging the fairway on the right. Shots too far left will feed off into the left rough due to the fairway slope past the hill. For shorter hitters, playing your second shot from the flat before the hill may be better than an awkward stance on the hill itself. From the top of the hill, most will be more than content with a fairway wood that carries the drain, or a lay-up short of the drain for a pitch in. There is a lot of slope in the middle of the green. When the pin is at the front, try not to go too far past the hole to avoid a long downhill putt.