16th Hole, Oakland Hills, South Course, 1996 U.S. Open Championship

Designed by Donald Ross and completed in 1918, Oakland Hills has served as the venue for the U.S. Open six times. It was in 1951 after Robert Trent Jones' remodeling, that Ben Hogan dubbed the course "the Monster." Jones revamped the 16th, pinching the fairway down to less than 30 yards in the landing area. The lake sitting just to the left of the green adds to both the treachery and the beauty of the site.

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