Henrik Stenson wants to get a hot dog and watch the action at 15
The greens at Pinehurst on Thursday weren't too bad but one of them was playing particularly tough.
Henrik Stenson made a par at No. 15, a tough par-3 hole, on Thursday but a lot of other golfers didn't.
Jordan Spieth bogeyed it, Phil Mickelson three-putted, and Rickie Fowler made a four as well. Why? The green was insane, according to Stenson.
"If you guys want to see some disasters, you should get a hot dog, Snickers, and Coke and head down to 15, because that's as hard as it can ever get," said Stenson after his 1-under 69.
"I said when I finished my round at the Open last year on Friday, if you want to go out and see some train wrecks, go to 15 and I was right. And I think I'm pretty correct -- the margins are so slim on that green."
Stenson is not sponsored by Coca-Cola or Mars ... yet.
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