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Three hundred thirty-five yards from tee to green is all that sixteen is. That makes it a fine spot to view high, soft wedges spun close to the cup. But it’s the type of short hole that can bite back, and its roller coaster green can generate a few thrills and spills – especially when there’s a title on the line late on the final day. From the tee, the fairway rises and bends to the right around a large stand of trees and two deep bunkers. Right is where you don’t want to miss it, Boatwright called it, “Dead.” From the left the green opens up, but the tee shot must be placed short of another deep bunker on the left The green slopes steeply from back to front, making holes cut in the front the toughest.