Hole #8 Par 4

Black Tees: 410 Yards

Blue Tees: 370 Yards


This hole features a close out of bounds on the left and trees on the right. Use a club off the tee that keeps you in the fairway, about 150 yards to the green. Keep your approach shot under the hole since the green slopes severely from back to front. Too short with too much spin and your ball is back down the fairway in front of the green. Ben Hogan lost the 1946 U.S. Open on this hole when he made a quadruple eight after missing the green down the hill to the left in heavy rough.