on my home course...three of the four par 5's will make you play them traditionally unless you are a LONG hitter.
The first one is only 500 yards but after the tee shot, the rest of the hole plays blind and is a pretty good dogleg up and down a hill. Beyond the green and left of it is a steep slope..bunker on the right and also trees...I don't think I've ever gone for it in two or even thought about it.
Second one is gettable if you hit a great drive. Gotta get the drive out to 275-280 to really have a good go. On top of that you really have to be on the correct side of the fairway to not have tree trouble. In front of the green runs a creek and any shot long will find the water or tall grass, anything short will come back into the creek. If I'm outside of 160..I won't go for it.
Third one is just a straight up 3 shot par 5..its 580 and its a slightly uphill tee shot..then a layup down to a flat portion of the fairway about 150-120 yards out. If you were to go for it in two, there is a steep hill up the green so if you come up short, you're gonna have a tough pitch..beyond the green is more hill so you're gonna be chipping off a downhill lie to a very narrow green. Left is lost and you have a chance to lose your ball if you're wide right, as well.
THe last one is the only one thats always a go. Pretty easy to reach the 200 yard mark from the tee and from there its downhill and always plays much shorter...up to two clubs depending on the wind. The green is small and there is a large bunker with a steep face in front but if you play it smart you can avoid that. The rough between the fairway and green creates kind of a funneling effect onto the green so you can play it over there and let it run on or if it stops short its a standard pitch shot.
I seem to always play more "conservatively" than I do aggressively. I suppose I learned my lesson from when I first started that its a lot easier to lose strokes going for big shots than it is to lose strokes playing it safe.