Elevated tee and a dog leg left. The green has protection from a safety screen so long hitters trying to cut the dogleg in order to reach the green will require a high tee shot or a strong draw around the corner.
Percentage play is to play a mid or long iron to the centre of the fairway. This will leave you with another mid-short iron to the green. Although the green appears flat, take one more club as the green possesses a tricky false front and any ball that lands on the first third of the green will not hold.
The sensible approach is to play to the middle of the green.
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