Liberty National Golf Club Course Tour\nTake a hole-by-hole course tour of Liberty National Golf Club, host of the 2017 Presidents Cup in Jersey City, N.J.Sept. 26 - Oct. 1, 2017\n\nRELATED: How Liberty National transformed from superfund site to Presidents Cup host\nThe downhill tee shot doesn't require driver, but a shot in the fairway is key to success. Water runs down the entire left side of the hole.\nThe hole is reachable in 2, depending on the wind. Water starts 300 yards out and makes the layup and approach shot tricky. \nFairway bunkers left and right make for a tight driving hole. The green is large, but shallow, making this a fairly difficult hole.\nThis is a true three-shot hole, with heavy bunkering around the green. Players need to think about the angles they take if they hope to have a legitimate birdie chance.\nA creek runs across the fairway, requiring players lay back from the elevated tee shot. The green is then elevated setting up a semi-blind approach.\nThe hole takes players back to the clubhouse, with a view of the New York skyline in the distance. This slight dogleg right is the longest par 4 on the course.\nThe hole isn't quite as daunting as the yardage would seem given the downhill tee shot. Water surrounds the entire left side of the green.\nAnother elevated tee shot, this time with the option of hitting left or right on the split fairway. Players need to avoid the collection area behind and to the left of the green.\nA reasonable easy tee shots sets up a decision for players on how aggressive they want to be with the second shot. The green is reachable in 2, but requires a long carry over water. The hole offers a great view of the Statue of Liberty.\nThe green is protected bunkers, fescue and a lateral water hazard, making for a delicate shot with a wedge or short iron.\nAnother fairway lined with bunkers that requires precision (and length) off the tee. The tricky green has a undulating swale in the middle, creating two tiers.\nA fun match-play hole, this drivable par 4 has a waste bunker and water hazard right setting up the risk-reward dilemma for players.\nThis hole usually plays back into the wind and has a lot of nooks and crannies near the undulating two-tiered green. \nThe 18th hole for members, this par 4 offers unobstructed views of Lower Manhattan. Deep fairway bunkers put a premium on accuracy off the tee. The green slopes back to front to complicate how you play your approach shot.\nPin positions on the green will dictate how players approach the short, dogleg-right hole from the tee. Front hole locations will make for easier birdie chances.\nThe hole plays different day-to-day (and even mid-round) as the winds change. Players will be using mid- to long irons to a green protected by a large left bunker and small single bunker to the right. \nThe fairway tilts left and leaves players with a blind second shot. Run offs all around the green will make for tough up-and-down opportunities if you miss the green.\nA par-3 closing hole will create some interesting drama as players attack the figure-eight green. Miss the putting surface and you're likely to have a tricky up-and-down with a crucial point or half-point on the line.