This hole is a gentle dog-leg left, that looks more pronounced from the tee box than it actually is. The trees to the left are more of a mental hazard than physical but nonetheless come into play because of their looming presence. A pulled shot to the left or a pushed shot to the right can also spell trouble because the gnarling rough will get hold of it.
The ideal shot for the long hitters is either a long iron or hybrid to reach the 150 yard marker leaving a short iron to an uphill green. The green is cautiously guarded by two front bunkers, which can convert this sort of easy par hole into a double bogie in no time. The right front bunker especially, has made many golfers eat the "proverbial" humble pie.
Often down wind to a very flat green, birdie is a real possibility, but as stated before, don't let your guard down.