This hole’s double-fairway makes it one of the most strategically interesting holes — and certainly one of the best birdie opportunities — at Liberty National. The wide landing area is divided by a long row of bunkers creating two distinct, much narrower, fairways. The elevated tee, which makes the hole play much shorter than the measured yardage, affords a clear view of the green, so all players should have a good understanding of the demands. This is a hole that will yield a lot of birdies, but a miscalculation or a poorly played shot can be costly here. The fescue to the back-right of the green is an indication that the course is about to return to a links-like feel after this stretch of parkland holes.