This hole is a wakeup-call from the word 'Go'. No soft opening here. But you have three shots to get to the green, and my advice is: Use them! Find the fairway in your first shot, even if it means leaving the driver in the bag. On your second: Find the fairway too, and then you can always try and get close for your third.
Try and get as close as possible to the lake in the first shot (or second) in order for the next shot to be as short as possible, because you are still left with a fairly long approach. Lots of fairway on the other side should you not make it to the green.
A definite three shot par 5 into the prevailing wind. The long hitter can catch the slope and gain extra meters, and from there make it to the “peninsula” in two and have a short third shot in. Everyone else will try and get as close as possible to the water in two. But then they are faced with either a long iron to the green or laying up on the “peninsula”.