FWIW,

Last year the 13th had the highest standard deviation in scores of any hole. I.E., lots of variation, so relatively speaking plenty of eagles, birdies, bogeys and doubles.

I was interested to see if it would still have the highest standard deviation, or if more players laying up would mean more 4s and 5s, fewer 3s, 6s, and 7s.

Somebody else can maybe look up the go-for-it percentage, but the 13th hole again had the highest standard deviation this year, and it was pretty close to last year (.809 vs .806).

Last year there were 6 eagles, 91 birdies, 139 pars, 37 bogies, and 10 others. Average score: 4.85

This year there were 8 eagles, 108 birdies, 124 pars, 30 bogies, and 9 others. Average score: 4.74

Interesting that even with the added length we had more birdies and eagles this year, and a lower average score. The average score for the rounds was 73.95 last year vs. 72.99 this year, so the whole course played a bit easier which may have something to do with it.

I'm sure we all liked seeing guys hit longer clubs in for their second, but we got about the same scoring results.