The course was developed by Bandon Dunes's Mike Keiser and Ben Cowan-Dewar.
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No. 4 | 1923
No. 4 | 1923 Two men with hall-of-fame talent and egos to match, Gene Sarazen (left) and Walter Hagen, met in the final. All square on the second hole of sudden death, Sarazen nearly drove it OB, but got a lucky break. Examining his lie, Sarazen told the gallery, “I’ll put this one up so close to the hole, it will break Walter’s heart." The Squire made good and captured his second consecutive PGA.
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Saturday at Amen Corner.
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The 450-yard, par-4 8th hole.
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Charles Howell III, Jason Dufner and Bernhard Langer on the 17th green.
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Fans at the rowdy par-3 16th hole didn't disappoint on Friday.
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"@eamonlynch: Good-good. Birdies on 18. Round one in the books. 2 hours, 53 minutes. On to Bandon Trails. Let the suffering begin."