We hear from the world’s best players themselves about holes on Tour that they feel don’t get enough love.
On the PGA Tour it’s rare to find a short par 3 that can hold its head up without resorting to extreme measures. Even though the tees are set just 125 to 150 yards this hole demands respect.
Pete Dye holes are choreographed to put stress on the player, especially at Sawgrass. No hole does it better than the short fourth. Matt Kuchar breaks down why sometimes the most serious hazards exist inside the players’ heads.
Jon Rahm breaks down why the 16th at Muirfiled Village is one the most underrated par-3s on the PGA TOUR schedule.
2019 John Deere Classic champion Dylan Frittelli discusses the risk and reward of the tricky par 5 tenth at TPC Deere Run.