New tee box this year offers an option to play slightly shorter.
An uphill, slight dogleg to the left with two very deep bunkers
guarding the left side some 300 yards from the tee. The green slopes
severely from back to front, and a small bunker catches anything long.
If an approach is long and misses the bunker, it could roll down the
slope and into the trees.
Campbell's take: "No. 5 is an uphill tee shot, little bit
of a dogleg left around bunkers. The bunkers are dead so you don't
want to hit it there. The tee shot is tough, a little awkward,
especially for me. Most hit driver or 3 wood and then you have
anywhere from 4 to 7 iron into a green that's probably the toughest
on the course. The first 10-12 steps are a false front, but you don't
pay attention to that because you have to fly it up top. And then it
slopes away from you, so you need to stop it. All pins on the left are
tough. The bunker back left is really not that bad a place to be."
Famous Moment: Jack Nicklaus holed out from the
fairway for eagle in 1995 -- in the first round and in the third
Hall of Shame: Defending champion Cary Middlecoff
had a four-putt double bogey in the final round in 1956 and wound up
with a 77 to finish two shots behind Jack Burke Jr.