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A beautiful downhill hole that will require another accurate drive. Some players will lay-up off of the tee with a fairway wood or long iron. Because the green is small, hitting from the fairway is a must to control the ball on the second shot. This is another hole where the slopes in the fairway make the tee shot much tighter than normal. A bunker on the left protects this side of the hole and trees and a creek protect the right side of the hole. The green has a small slope in the middle that makes it difficult to get close to the hole on the second shot. This hole is sneaky tough, having played as the 5th & 6th most difficult holes in the last two majors at Oak Hill.
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