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The golfer, exhaling in relief at having finished the first, promptly encounters the second of Brooklawn’s strong opening holes at this 208-yard par three. The green itself is relatively flat by Tillinghast standards, and is one of the largest on the course. But another characteristic of Tillinghast’s defense of his greens is encountered for the first time at number two: a sharp slope behind the putting surface that requires the player who is long to recover uphill to a green running away from him. Boatwright comments that two will play somewhat easier than the yardage because it’s downhill from the tee and the green is big and fairly smooth. Premium hole locations at the second are in the front.