This prized dogleg, mostly found on Seth Raynor’s late projects, follows Hole #6 at Lido. It is called a dogleg, but most of Raynor’s designs are straight through the green. Originally designed as one of the longest par 4’s of its time at 460 yards but changed to a par 5. The tee ball is along the side of hill sloping right toward fairway bunkers. The second shot confronts a cross section of bunkers to leave the player with an up-hill approach.