Playing from a slightly elevated teebox, this longish par 4 is made even longer if the pevailing winds are up - and blowing into your face.
The green is wide and set at an angle, making the right side the best position to attack the green from. The best place to be off the tee is directly in front of the bunkers on the right side of the fairway, although care must be taken not to stray too far right. Going in those right bunkers leaves a rather difficult 2nd shot that requires both distance and accuracy.
The green itself is fairly flat, falling away both back and left, so if you are going to miss, it is better to be to the right, which is fairly open and gives you the best look for setting up a chip shot, if needed.