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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 150 - US Open Preview
15th 123/167/246 yards (112/153/225 metres), par-3 H AVE a look at those tee distances. There’s actually room for another short par-3 between the front and rear tees as the length doubles from one to the other. Expect the pin to be tucked right near an edge on the day(s) the markers are placed on the forward tee. The only tree on the entire golf course – a Douglas fir – sits behind this green. 18th 525/604 yards (480/552 metres), par-4/5 T HE 18th will play completely differently as a par-5 than it will as a par-4 due to the nature and positioning of the bunkers. For instance, there’s one central pot that’s nearly four metres deep but is unlikely to be a factor when played as a par-4. Mike Davis says he won’t decide which days the 1st and 18th holes will play to which pars until immediately before the championship starts, only that the combined par of these two holes will be nine to keep the total par at 70. OTG
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