East Hole 3 has a turtle back green that demands an accurate tee shot as anything but will yield a difficult chip or a trip to the water hazard. Play for the center of the green here and avoid any pin seeking adventures.
Hole 2 is a tricky up-hill par 3 that demands a tee shot on the proper level of the green. The green slopes severely back to front and is surrounded by bunkers making an up and down par not easy to come by.
Hole 1 demands an accurate left to right tee shot. Long hitters can reach the green in two but must hit the fairway off the tee to have a chance. A large front bunker protects a back right pin location. The green slopes back to front.