The twelfth hole is a dogleg to the right that is pretty blind off the tee. A marker gives the correct line to the middle of the fairway on the corner. The ideal tee shot is just right of the marker post due to the slope from right to left, but go too far right and the deep rough beckons. The approach shot needs to be hit with an extra club due to the incline, but the contours of the hill can be used by running the ball in from the front right of the green. The green itself has a large slope from right to left.