Merion Hole 11
Most players will hit a long iron or hybrid from the teeing ground on this hole, where Bob Jones completed the final leg of his Grand Slam in 1930. Those who miss the fairway will most likely be forced to lay up short of the brook, which hugs the front, right and rear of the teardrop-shaped green. It’s a birdie hole if played properly, but there assuredly will be plenty of bogeys and double bogeys.
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