For the 2016 Ryder Cup, officials have set it up so competitors will play the first four holes of Hazeltine National GC, then skip over to the normal back nine for the next five holes. That means the 352-yard 14th, potentially drivable for some, will play as the fifth hole in the Ryder Cup, and the 642-yard 15th will be the sixth. The routing reverts to form on holes 10 through 13, and then there's another switch. Holes five through nine will play as 14 through 18. View a hole-by-hole course tour of Hazeltine National Golf Club.