PGA Tour’s 20 Toughest Holes in 2007

1 of 20 Fred Vuich
20 Toughest Holes on Tour in 2007 The four majors are considered the toughest tests in golf, and they sure played like it this year, accounting for 13 of the 20 hardest holes of the season. Oakmont, site of the U.S. Open, had seven holes on the list, and Augusta National had four. Here are the 20 toughest holes, measured by scoring average and compiled by the Associated Press. 20. Oakmont Country Club, No. 12 U.S. Open Championship Par 5, 5.412 scoring average
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10. Augusta National Golf Club, No. 1 The Masters Par 4, 4.474 scoring average Phil Mickelson found the large bunker on the first hole at Augusta.
3 of 20 Fred Vuich
9. Oakmont Country Club, No. 9 U.S. Open Championship Par 4, 4.494 scoring average
4 of 20 Fred Vuich
8. Augusta National Golf Club, No. 11 The Masters Par 4, 4.510 scoring average
5 of 20 Fred Vuich
7. Oakmont Country Club, No. 1 U.S. Open Championship Par 4, 4.515 scoring average
6 of 20 Fred Vuich
6. Oakmont Country Club, No. 10 U.S. Open Championship Par 4, 4.529 scoring average
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5. Spyglass Hill Golf Club, No. 6 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Par 4, 4.531 scoring average Mickelson had to get out of this deep bunker on the sixth hole during the AT&T Pro-Am.
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4. Doral Golf Resort & Spa, No. 3 CA Championship Par 4, 4.567 scoring average Woods fought to get out of the rough on the third hole during the CA Championship.
9 of 20 Fred Vuich
3. Oakmont Country Club, No. 18 U.S. Open Championship Par 4, 4.602 scoring average
10 of 20 Fred Vuich
11. Oakmont Country Club, No. 8 U.S. Open Championship Par 3, 3.455 scoring average
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12. Quail Hollow Country Club, No. 18 Wachovia Championship Par 4, 4.447 scoring average Woods was one of several players who found the creek on 18 during the 2007 Wachovia Championship.
12 of 20 Miller Brown
19. Augusta National Golf Club, No. 4 The Masters Par 3, 3.417 scoring average
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18. Augusta National Golf Club, No. 18 The Masters Par 4, 4.423 scoring average Tiger Woods found himself in the trees on 18 during the 2007 Masters.
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2. Carnoustie Golf Club, No. 18 British Open Championship Par 4, 4.611 scoring average Padraig Harrington made double bogey on No. 18 during the British Open after hitting into the Barry Burn twice, but he went on to win in a playoff.
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17. Southern Hills, No. 18 PGA Championship Par 4, 4.429 scoring average
16 of 20 Fred Vuich
16. Oakmont Country Club, No. 7 U.S. Open Championship Par 4, 4.430 scoring average
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15. Firestone Country Club (South Course), No. 4 Bridgestone Invitational Par 4, 4.432 scoring average
18 of 20 Fred Vuich
14. Pebble Beach Golf Links, No. 9 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Par 4, 4.439 scoring average
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12. Firestone Country Club (South Course), No. 9 Bridgestone Invitational Par 4, 4.447 scoring average
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1. Doral Golf Resort & Spa, No. 18 CA Championship Par 4, 4.625 scoring average