The 2004 Senior PGA Championship
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Eighteen — 535 Yards, Par 5

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The 18th has seen it's fair share of drama in the 78th and 82nd PGA Championships. This reachable par five could easily see a two or three shot swing on the leader board. The tee shot has become even more difficult with the size of the left fairway bunker being nearly doubled thus narrowing the fairway considerably. Players will have to thread their tee shot into a tightened landing area to have a chance to go at the green in two. Reaching this horseshoe shaped green in two will require an uphill second over a large green side bunker. Those missing the green long will find some of the most difficult short shots on the course. For those needing to make up a shot or two the 18th will give them their chance, however for those protecting a lead the 18th does have teeth.








Photo: Andy Lyons / Getty Images •  Course Illustration: Dan Wardlow

Valhalla Golf Club

Louisville, Kentucky USA
6,990 yards / Par 71

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