The teepad looks out over an incredibly lush gorge on the left, and steadily thick oak trees along the right. Going out over the gorge is the only option, but let the disc turn left and it will simply keep going. A tall pine about halfway to the short basket forces all discs to take a wider left to right approach, an easy lefty hyzer for par. But the target is protected on the left by rigid branches so that discs must approach straight on to avoid getting knocked down or stuck.
Like 14, the long position is straight past the short, under another shroud of mature oaks. Strong righthanders can throw a turnover shot from the tee here that takes an S-turn right past the short placement, flying low enough to skip up for a deuce.