The blind drive is from a high ridge of sand hills, over the marker post, towards the Flour Mill, and down into a valley. No great damage will be done to the pulled drive on to the grassy sides of the ridge, except maybe an awkward lie, and a blind second. The ideal line, straight and far, allows a view of the narrow, angled green that slopes away from the fairway. A high pitch needs careful judgement to get close, with the option of a percentage pitch and run. there are no bunkers, but the steep slopes down from either side of the green demand a precise recovery.