Friday, February 15, 2008

Number 10 at Riviera

If you're not too familiar with the 10th hole at Riviera, it is one of the players' and fans' favorite holes on Tour. It's a driveable par 4 that almost forces the player to go for the green because the putting surface is so firm that laying up becomes more difficult than chipping/blasting from around the green.

With so many bland courses on the PGA Tour that they can be hard to distinguish from one to the next, I wanted to give some props to the 10th.

There's a nice piece in the LA Times yesterday about the 10th and I invite you to check it out!

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