The first hole is a straightforward par 4, with a slight dogleg to the right. There is lots of room to the left, so make a quick check on the wind direction and aim left center of the fairway.
From the fairway, the approach shot appears to be a straightforward one. There is a slight depression just before the green that will prevent a mis-hit shot from rolling onto the green -- don't take your shot for granted if you hope to make par or better!
The green is nicely sized, and reasonably flat. If you spent a few minutes on the putting green, then you'll know what the speed is, and you can putt aggressively. If you didn't have a chance to hit a few practise putts, then you may want to be a little careful here and use this as an opportunity to get accustomed to the comfortable stimp rating that prevails here.