This is No. 16 at Stonewolf GC, my home course. From the Whites it plays 325 yards. It comes off a hillside with steep hillside hazard on left, and fairway bordered by creek on right. The creek is actually tighter in real life than the diagram shows.
The hole plays into a quartering headwind, and I often get a 6 or 7 on this. Your're driving into a bottleneck, the fairway gets choked by overhanging trees about 100 yards out from the green.
The GUR indicates perpetual ground under repair. the area used to be to fairway bunkers, but water flowing downhill from homes on the cliff kept them perpetually flooded. So, the bunkers got covered over. Smooth grass won't grow, so it's GUR. You lose your ball in the damp fluff, but it's no penalty. Hit it OB right, or fly it into the hillside: lost ball.
I finally conquered it, but at a price. I hit a 4H about 190 yards into the left fairway, and had
an uphill 7 iron into back cup location. Ball flew in, and bit 8 feet left of pin, but the head on my
7 iron flew off!!! (Just got my X20 Tours reshafted). This hole extracts a price even when
you have a birdie putt... which I missed...
At least I was able to find my 7i head!