If your round started with #1 playing down wind - look out. #2 is the first of 4 par fours with approach shots played steeply up hill. Spring and fall rounds typically find these also playing into a prevailing north wind. The hole plays long and slightly right-to-left encouraging a drawn tee shot. Trees encroaching the left side require faders of the ball to find a new ball flight. The right side of the fairway offers no hall pass. The fairway bunkers are very penal and the far right plays as a lateral hazard. Many well hit drivers that are not played right-to-left find the bunkers or lateral hazard as the hole begins its meander left. Your approach shot plays into our beloved two-tier green. The green enjoys a 5-foot rise perpendicular to the fairway. You will only see short or deep flag locations. Approaches to a short flag can be played into the rise. Any putt from above the rise to a front pin will struggle to hold the green. Favor putting up the rise to a deep pin versus chipping from above the pin.