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"Brooklawn, Hole by Hole A look at the Course". With Comments by P.J. Boatwright Jr. who was the Executive Director of Rules and Competition for the USGA. The following Hole by Hole descriptions were written for the 1987 U.S. Senior Men's Open and the comments and recommendations still hold true today. Number one doglegs left around a large bunker located some 235 yards from the tee. The fairway then slopes down gently before rising more sharply in front of an elevated green that is flanked on the right by a large, deep bunker. A more forgiving bunker is situated to the left. The green slopes from back to front, which can be a factor for the aggressive golfer who is long with his approach. The first will play tough, said the USGA’s P. J. Boatwright, because the green is elevated. This has the effect of lengthening the hole beyond its 422 yards. Toughest hole location is in the back right.