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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 213
Those pairs and individuals playing catch-up might need to risk it all at the 606-yard 11th [pictured below], at which Beem was the only player in the entire field to score an eagle in 2002. He stuck his long second shot to eight feet, and the Ryder Cup’s longer hitters will be tempted to try the same, though there is little room for error. The 16th is the last of the four and is all but certain to see some telling moments down the stretch. At 572 yards, most players will set sail for the green in two, but with a pond on the left, cooler heads might lay up and give themselves a gilt-edged birdie opportunity with a short approach. Woods will be a font of knowledge for his team on how to play (and how not to play) the most significant holes this week at Hazeltine. Like Woods in 2002 and 2009, the US team will have few excuses not to finally come out on top. E
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