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Despite long course, putting needed at 84 Lumber

Originally Published: September 13, 2006
By John Antonini | GolfDigest.com

A week after playing one of the shortest courses on the PGA Tour -- Hamilton G&CC for the Canadian Open -- players will tee it up on one of the longest, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort's Mystic Rock course, the site of this week's 84 Lumber Classic. Playing at 7,516 yards, the Rock is hard. It's long, sure, but the Pete Dye-designed course has tight fairways with big bunkers, huge rolling greens and plenty of water.

Someone who can position his ball has a better chance than the pure bomber, ...

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