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At 379 yards, number three is a short par four that will be receiving well- lofted high irons onto its sharply contoured putting surface. But the emphasis is on accuracy at three: out of bounds runs the length of the left side and golfers too far right will be coming out of rough and contending with a deep bunker that guards the right flank of the green. Another sand-filled crater imperils the left side. The green itself slopes from back to front. Boatwright called this a good, short, four-par that is made more difficult because second shots will be struck off an upslope into a severe green. And, he notes, a hooked tee shot can clip a potentially fine round before it has the opportunity to blossom.