« on: October 24, 2013, 01:57:54 PM »
That's why the long is the best. Very hard 3, but not even an easy 4 with the slope around the basket. both short placements are "throw far, lay-up, and move on"
Not everyone throws 400' drives consistently. 18's short placements may be tweeners for most of the Open players, but they are challenging Par 3's for most everyone else. Hopefully there will be a strong north wind that day to grab ahold of those uphill putts, then we'll see how much of a tweener it is.
agreed. Is the basket way up the hill by the fence a setting for 18?