OAK HILL COUNTRY CLUB | NEW YORK | Aug. 14 - 17, 2003

Hole 5

The skinny:  
One of the toughest holes at Oak Hill, the tee was pushed back 30 yards for the PGA. Players' drives must navigate a shoot of trees for 215 yards and then avoid a creek that winds along the right side of the fairway near the landing area. Playing it safe to the left is no bargain either, as heavy rough awaits wayward tee shots. A drive down the middle will leave you with a mid-to-short iron that's fronted by the creek. Birdies will be rare here.