A dogleg left that can be reached in two by the big hitters. A
fairway bunker on the right comes into play. A big drive kept down
the left side shortens the hole, but leaves a downhill lie to a
green guarded by two deep bunkers in the front. It is the only par
5 that has not yielded an albatross.
Immelman's take: "Left dogleg. The tee is stretched back
a little bit. You used to be able to get it to that right bunker.
It's got to be 315, 320 (yards) to the right bunker now. You need
to get a little unlucky to hit it in there. So you aim straight at
it, hit it as hard as you can. The only thing you don't want to do
is go left. If you go left, you might never come out of there -- 50
foot drop into flowers and a little stream ... I've been down there,
not pretty. If you hit a good drive and get it just left of the
bunker, depending on where the flag is, you might have a cut at that
green. If the flags on the left side, you might want to hit just
right of the bunker and chip straight up the hill. Flags on the back
right, which it will be on Sunday, the left bunker is not too bad.
You have to hit a great pitch there to get away with your four."
Famous Moment: Phil Mickelson made a birdie like
no other in 2003 -- a drive so far left it went into a drainage ditch.
He took a penalty drop, then hit driver off the pine straw to the front
of the green and made a 90-foot putt.
Hall of Shame: David Duval hit into the ditch to
the left, took two penalty shots before he escaped, and made a 10 in