The 650-yard seventeenth is often referred to as one of the greatest par 5 holes in America. A solid and accurate drive and second shot are needed to cross the bunkers at about 400 yards. If the rough has been avoided, the uphill approach to the well-bunkered green will require a short iron. In the 1993 U.S. Open, John Daly became the first player ever to reach this hole's green in two shots.
Springfield, New Jersey
7,392 Yards / Par 70
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