With the driver you ideally aim at the prominent spruce tree straight on the horizon. This is followed by a medium iron and a wedge on a rather small green. For low-handicappers, a long iron is possible after a well-hit tee off as a second shot into the green – a birdie is then no problem
Orientation aid from tea is a huge spruce tree on the horizon. A good driver rolls onto a plateau, from there a long iron is enough for the green. The Bogey golfer sets his tee in the middle of the fairway, followed by a medium iron along the forest and then a short hit on a moving green.