Hole #2 - 195 yards, Par 3 - 6th most difficult hole
Because it is a par 3 this hole is rated easier than all holes with the exception of #8. However, birdies are very rare and most people are more than content to leave with a par. Depending on the tee placement this hole can play as long as 225 yards. The tee sits slightly above the green. The green slopes back to front with a mound in the back middle. There is a slope on the left front approach to the green with a bunker at the bottom of the slope. It is actually preferable to hit your ball in this bunker as opposed to leaving it on the slope. The slope has heavy rough and most times a golfer is happy just to extract their ball let alone hoping to get it close to the pin. There is a bunker on the right front side of the green and a bunker over the middle back of the green. Out of bounds is in the parking lot to the left and anywhere past the fence over the green.
If the pin is on the right side you will have a relatively easy approach, with the possibility of the ball landing short and bouncing on (although a shot hit even a little right will more than likely kick right into the bunker or rough). If the pin is on the left side you will be faced (if you wish to hit it close) with hitting a tee ball directly over the bunker/slope to the smallest portion of the green. Due to the slope of the green, and the mound in back center, just hitting your ball on the right side of the green makes birdie difficult and par not a certainty. The most difficult pin placement on this hole is the front left, although, the slope of the green and the fact that this is the finishing hole makes any pin placement potentially tough.