OAK HILL COUNTRY CLUB | NEW YORK | Aug. 14 - 17, 2003

Hole 13

The skinny:  
The PGA says this uphill hole has never been reached in two shots, but that could change this week. Someone with two fantastic shots could run one up to the putting surface, but it's a tall task to get it up the "Hill of Fame." Fairway wood is the smart play off the tee, pulling up short of the creek, which crosses the fairway at 300 yards. A long-iron second shot will leave players with around 125 yards to the receptive green. Keeping the ball below the hole is important here, as the putting surface is quick from back to front.