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Expect chip-ins by the dozen at Harbour Town

Updated: April 15, 2009, 5:29 PM ET
By Nathan Easler

After a brilliant 2009 Masters, the PGA Tour makes a 100-mile drive from Augusta, Ga., to Pete Dye's Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, S.C. The host course for the Verizon Heritage is a 6,973-yard, par-71 public facility that averages more than 38,000 rounds a year -- quite a contrast from Augusta National, which has only about 300 members.

Harbour Town is one of Dye's most famous courses, featuring a very tight design with exceptionally small greens; this puts ...

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