I Tweeted these earlier, so for those of you following me on Twitter, my apologies for the redundancy.
The rough, or lack thereof on No. 2 is fairly typical of the rest of the course. There appears to be no graduated rough and only select areas off the tee where rough is dense. It's thicker around greens.
As usual, the production values are slick.
The challenge of hitting No. 4 fairway is explained here.
The dreaded tree off five tee.
I'm not sure if you can hear it, but this is a Keegan Bradley approach into five indicating the nice firmness already in the greens.
And not for the faint of heart, the view from atop the highest 18th hole grandstand.