OAK HILL COUNTRY CLUB | NEW YORK | Aug. 14 - 17, 2003

Hole 10

The skinny:  
This downhill hole has been surprisingly tough in the last two majors at Oak Hill, ranking as one of the six toughest holes at each. Some players will choose to lay-up off the tee with a fairway wood or long iron, as an accurate tee shot is required here. Hitting the fairway is a must to control the second shot into a green that slopes in the center, making it difficult to cozy up to the pin on the approach.