At 440 yards, the severely dog-legged, par 4 eleventh was thought by many participants to be one of the most challenging holes at the 1993 U.S. Open. A precise and long draw down the left side around two large sassafras trees will be rewarded with a good view of the large and undulating green. A straight or pushed drive will leave the foot of the pin hidden by a rise in the fairway and will demand a longer approach shot.
Springfield, New Jersey
7,392 Yards / Par 70
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