This par 5 is playing from the middle tees as a par 4 for the Open; bunkers were added behind the landing area to catch drives hit too far (as if the Black Course Rough was not enough here).
To drive over the middle of the bunker to the fairway, requires a carry of at least 250 yards and into the wind becomes impossible for most. Instead, the tee shot has to be threaded into a tiny landing area over the extreme left side of the bunker to the beginning of the fairway. The golfers who think have the punch, can try to cut the corner on the right but the littlest push will put this shot into the trees.
A tee shot into the sand, necessitates a long and high recovery shot over the same trees to put the ball back in play to prevent the maligned bogie 6 on a par 5.
Once the tee shot has been conquered, the hole lies straight ahead, however, this green at one point was pretty open in the front, now it has a bunker across the front right, negating the chance of running it-up in two approach. A solid second shot avoids the trees on the right, which will catch anything pushed, and leaves a short iron approach into the green to set up for a birdie putt.