Make sure you have allowed plenty of time for a warm-up as this dog-leg par 4 is a tough opening hole. Favour the left side with your tee shot and try to move the ball in the direction of the hole. You should be left with a mid-iron into the raised green. Beware, however, the bunker front left, which will punish any miss-hit or poor club choice. Making a 4 from this bunker will be a good effort.
Try to leave yourself an uphill putt as putting downhill draws comparison with putting down a marble staircase. Make your 4 and run to the 2nd tee.