The dogleg right fourth hole is a good scoring oppurtunity. There is plenty of fairway to aim at to avoid the out of bounds area down the right hand side. For those playing a conservative approach, the second shot will be a relatively short one from the corner. A shallow bunker guards the front of the green so it is best practice to attack the flag rather than trying to run the ball onto the green. An aggresive play from long drivers would be to cut the corner of the dogleg and go for the green.
The green at first glance appears flat but there is often more borrow needed in putts. Take time to read this one carefully.