The demanding par 4, 460-yard tenth kicks off the back nine with gusto. The fairway narrows to a bottleneck at about 280 yards, with trees and very difficult rough on both sides of the fairway, putting a premium on accuracy off the tee. In the final round of the 1993 U.S. Open, Lee Janzen was facing a bogey or worse when the towering oaks on the right blocked his shot to the green. Miraculously, Janzen hit his approach shot through the oaks unscathed.
Springfield, New Jersey
7,392 Yards / Par 70
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