Have a great time. This year they changed from sand bottles on the carts to replace your own divots. It seems to be working out.
Not knowing how long or straight of a hitter you are, the 4th hole should be a fun one for you. It is a pretty straight short par 4 playing to about 270 - 280. My suggestion is to go for it. You will not see too many other holes like that one, or at least there. While standing on the 4th tee box, take notice to your left. That is the 5th hole and looking over will give you a nice target line and view for landing. Typically I hit a punch 3 wood or hydrid into the 5th leaving an up hill, but managible shot.
The 6th hole is the hardest par 4 at the TPC and #1 handicap hole. I actually live about 600 yards behind the green through the woods. There is water on the left side that will come into play on your approach shot, so try and stay just inside of the bunker on the right. This will give you a better look at a long iron into a 3-tiered green.
I certainly could go on, so if you are looking for more, please let me know and I will try and give you the play by play hole from my view.
Last thing, enjoy the 16th hole. That is where we (my company State Street) have our tent for the DB Championship. The actually have one tent set up on the left of the pond, using for a marketing tool to fill a few more slots I would presume.
Wish I could swing over to say hello, buut Monday is the only day I am actually working next week as I have the RI State AM starting Tuesday.
Have a great time and let me know if you want any addtional details, more than happy to share.