For the sake of this discussion, let's assume that you're playing a set of tees that puts your driver where the D is, your 3W where the 3 is, and your 3-hybrid where the "H" is.
(Ignore the yardages).
The elevation change from the green to 3 or H is about 30 feet (i.e. quite a bit). Balls that stop at D will come back down like 9 at Augusta. Balls in the rough will stay there. The green is basically perched up above almost everything else, with steep slants away short, left, and long, and a slant uphill to the back right quadrant. (arrows on the diagram point downhill).
The green is severe with a bowl funneling shots to the back right. It's a fairly shallow green as well: measuring just under 20 and 30 yards at the maximum width and depth.
The areas left and right (between the distance of the 3 and the H) are hazards.
Par is a pretty darn good score here. Virtually nobody birdies, despite being nearly drivable.
You don't have to use Driver, 3W, or Hybrid; they're just marked to help set up the distances in a uniform way.
So, how do you play the hole? Why?
Edit: H leaves 90 yards. 3 leaves 60. D leaves 30 or so (and the green is about six feet above the letter "D").
Edit 2: See post #14 for some width measurements.
Edit 3 (2014-05-14): "Answer" is found here: http://thesandtrap.com/t/74530/how-would-you-play-it-16th-at-whispering-woods/72#post_989843 .