The longest hole on the course and a fine par 5 dog legging gently around to the right. The drive is generous and there is a marginal advantage in opening up the hole to the drive hit left half of the fairway. However the hole is shortened if the drive is hit to the right half of the fairway. Depends on aspirations.
A bunker for the second shot on the right will address the minds of the average player and tall trees will block out any shots hit long and left. It is actually quite tight for the second shot offering a nice contrast with the tee shot.
As with most par 5s though this does offer a birdie chance for better players. A flat green helps this cause.