Amen Corner starts here. The tee recently was lengthened by 15
yards, but some pine trees have been removed on the right side,
although the landing area is still tight. A big tee shot -- and a
straight one -- is required to get to the crest of the hill. A
pond guards the green to the left and a bunker is to the back
right. The safe shot is to bail out short and to the right.
Glover's take: "Real tight fairway. Trees on the right
and pine needles and woods on the left. So the tee shot is very
important. Then I would say it's probably the best second shot in
golf, other than No. 8 at Pebble, in my opinion. You got to hit
a nice high draw and try to hold the green. Pond in front. Nice
chipping area to the right, but the green runs away from you on
every side. Four is a great score."
Famous Moment: Larry Mize chipped in for birdie
in a playoff in 1987 to beat Greg Norman.
Hall of Shame: Raymond Floyd pulled his approach
into the water in a playoff in 1990 to lose to Nick Faldo.