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Published on May 19, 2014
The fairway appears much wider from the tee than it really is, because it makes an S-turn and the landing area is slightly uphill and hidden from the player. Players who forego the driver from the tee will likely face a mid-iron approach shot to a green with a hollow on the right side that creates a two-tier look. Expect a back-right hole location on Sunday, just as it was when Payne Stewart saved par to win the 1999 U.S. Open.
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