What makes this hole really special is this natural flat above the ridge that doubles as an alternative landing area. So there are actually two natural land forms acting in concert with each other to create a great strategic golf hole. That's hard to beat.
If one can't challenge the upper fairway, a completely different strategy must be undertaken to ensure visibility of the putting surface from the lower landing area. The left side is the choice for the gambler; the conservative must make sure one plays far enough to the right to see the green.
Any tee shot short of the fairway bunkers left will lead to a blind approach but with a way to run their shot onto the green. Full visibility is provided along the right side of the fairway but the trade-off is a longer approach and the need to work around that green-side bunker.