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The discussion of the toughest hole came up and many thought 14 was right up there with 6 and 17.
Quote from: Jim Colton on September 25, 2011, 09:32:31 AMThe discussion of the toughest hole came up and many thought 14 was right up there with 6 and 17. Wow, I don't get that at all. I look at 14 as a scoring opportunity on the back. It's one of the most simple tee shots on the back nine, and if it's a good number on your 2nd it's green light all the way. Even to back right hole locations, you can shape it close off the slope. What am I missing?
Well, most of the field weren't as good as Doug and Mark, plus the pin was right and back right two of the days with relatively slick greens. Plus as i mentioned, many were playing for the first time. I usually aim for the centerline bunker with 3-wood or 4-iron and go from there.
Schulte even teed off with his putter from the way up tees. While creative, I don't think that is the play on this hole!