Par 4, 341 yards
Another sign warning golfers of their liability for poor play; this hole stretches along the backyards of several houses. I hear children playing and for a second worry I'll injure them; though the houses along the landing area are guarded well by trees. The proximity undermines a sense of seclusion, which won't set in until the back nine.
I play iron but still manage to slice it under those house-guarding trees. I blast an 8-iron even with the green, but this green is a humpback and there's no good place to put it. I chip on and two-putt from 12 feet for a 5.