No. 3, 404 yards, par 4: A severe dogleg left, with the second shot facing the Pacific breeze. Big hitters might try to take their tee shot over the trees and cut off the dogleg to leave it just short of the green. Otherwise, the tee shot should be a fairway metal over a ravine, but still short of the new bunkers through the fairway. It can be tough to judge the distance to the slightly elevated green, which has deep bunkers on both sides. Tony Navarro: "You need to the cut dogleg a lot more than it looks."