The 15th hole is perhaps the best birdie/eagle opportunity on the golf course, as long as you avoid the right side with your tee shot. There is a generous amount of room on the left, and the green is easily in range so there's no point flirting with the hazard that stretches down the entire right side of the fairway. Look to the left side of the fairway, and hit it solid.
There is a slight dip in the fairway about 230 yards off the tee that will add an extra yard or two to your tee shot. From here, the green comes into plain view, and with the proper club selection and a solid shot, you can have a chance to putt for eagle.
The only word of caution, with your second shot, is the hidden hazard that lies about 40 yards in front of the green. It comes into view once you're inside the 200 yard range. The front of the green is somewhat narrow, but it will permit a ball to roll on, as long as you don't mis-hit it.
The 15th green has a distinct slope from front to back that is more severe than it first appears. Like several of the greens here, it's important to have a look at the overall buildup of the green before you step onto the putting surface. This will ensure that you read the putts and can gauge the pace correctly.