Perhaps more than any other hole on the course, Hole No. 2 displays the mountainside terrain each hole was painstakingly constructed from. Exposed rock and areas of thin topsoil can provide challenging conditions and a dense wooded rough on the right offers little relief for stray shots.
Hole No. 2 is a classic “dogleg right” design. The 90-degree turn provides a sloping fairway into a sizeable green with steep fringes. This hole also features the iconic 1930’s stone fence that runs adjacent to the rough from tee to green.
The women’s tee box is located ahead and to the right of the men’s tee approximately 50 feet. This tee box placement allows for a more aggressive approach to the corner.
Drive to the left of the lone tree at the corner turn. Avoid playing to the right or you may have to layup your second shot in order to approach the green.