'It's a very interesting hole because you have to get the ball in play in order to get the ball on the green,' said Tiger Woods, the winner here in '02. 'To get the ball on the correct level is really hard to do coming in there with a long iron to an elevated green.'
Woods made a critical birdie at no. 15 during the third round in '02, answering the runs being made by Phil Mickelson and Sergio Garcia on the holes in front of him. It was Woods's first birdie of the day.
'It's one of the more difficult holes to make birdie on,' said Woods. 'You'll see most of the guys putting from the bowl up (the hill) and making their 4. If you can play it at 16 for the week, that's a great score.'