Royal St. George's Hole 18
With new bunkers placed down the left hand side of the fairway, and the cross bunkers being reconfigured slightly, this remains a wonderful finishing hole. Two well-hit shots are needed to find the green and left of the putting surface is "Duncan's Hollow"-- so called because, needing a par to tie Walter Hagan in the 1922 Open Championship, George Duncan went down in the dip and failed to get up and down.
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