It's PGA Championship week and the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island is one of the most popular golf courses available on World Golf Tour.
Let's take a look at the three closing holes that the pros will face this week. Anyone can play any of the holes at Kiawah free online on World Golf Tour. No signup required. Just visit the Kiawah golf course pages, pick your hole and tee off.
Kiawah - Hole 16 - 599 yards
The last Par 5 at Kiawah, the 16th hole involves a drive over water to the left to an undulating fairway. If the drive is long enough and positioned on a flat lie, players can navigate the dunes to try and reach the green in 2 shots. However, the dunes and deep bunkers can quickly turn a birdie attempt into a bogey or worse.
Kiawah - Hole 17 - 220 yards
When the wind is blowing, the 17th hole may be the hardest par 3 in the world. Players must carry their shot entirely over water. Too short and it's wet. Too long and it's a challenging chip from two deep bunkers back toward the green and water. Good luck here!
Kiawah - Hole 18 - 478 yards
One of the prettiest closing holes in golf, with the beach dunes and beautiful Kiawah clubhouse. Drive to the right side of the fairway to set up an approach for a birdie in front of the huge grandstands overlooking the ocean.