Pandora, created by Jupiter, wed Epimaethus, brother of Promethus. As a dowry, she was given a beautiful magic box as a gift of the gods. Epimaethus had reason to distrust the gods because of their treatment of his brother and warned Pandora, "Keep the box, but do not open it." One day curiosity prevailed and Pandora carefully lifted the lid of the box. Suddenly, to her horror, a swarm of dreadful things flew out of the box: war, famine, crime, disease, spit, envy, malice and cruelty. They proceeded to attack her and Epimaethus and Pandora was devastated. Suddenly a whimper came from the box and Pandora lifted the lid to reaveal a small, frail-winged puny thing which lay grieving at the bottom of the box. "It is hope," said Pandora. "Hope will outlive all the other evils." And so hope was set forth and given to the world. The tee on this hole features its own Pandora's box, a long trap designed to mesmerize the golfer. Even though much of it is out play, it cannot be ignored. The golfer is unable to look at anything else, until his eye is inexorably led to the green and the round pond, which represents all the evils that escaped from the box.