Hole 14 Par 5 580 yards
The 14th hole is the longest on the card, measuring 580 yards. The longer-hitting professionals may try and fly the bunkers on the right from the tee, however this may take the ball into the rough from the sloping right-to-left fairway. Reaching the green in two will be extremely tough, as will pitches to the green, with plenty of overhanging trees coming into play. At the 2010 AT&T Pebble Beach National, Paul Goydos racked up a nine after struggling around the exceptionally firm green.
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