Hole 3 Go to 2


337 Yards
Par 4

Mackie: It's important to hit the small lay-up area between a new island of rough at 220-230 yards and another finger of rough that juts into the fairway around two bunkers at 260-285 yards. Players will want maximum control of a lob-wedge approach into a subtly contoured green that lies just beyond a hidden bend of Jockie's Burn.

Keith MackieKeith Mackie is an acclaimed international golf writer based in St. Andrews, Scotland. Carnoustie will mark the 44th consecutive Open Championship he has covered.

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