The 2013 U.S. Open Championship is fast approaching and we're continuing our course preview of the Back 9 at Merion Golf Club, which is also available to play free online on World Golf Tour.
Golf fans may recognize Hole 11 at Merion as the hole where Bob Jones completed his Grand Slam in 1930, as it used to play as Hole 18. It's a beautiful hole and a birdie opportunity if played correctly, but you must hit the blind fairway and avoid the Baffling Brook that runs along the left side, to set yourself up for a good approach over the brook to the teardrop-shaped green.
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