In 2012, we had a three-shot lead going down 18. Driver put us in a great spot with only a wedge in, but only a few seconds later, a mistake marking the ball cost us a two-shot penalty, giving us victory by only one. It was a close one, but driver was the right call off the tee. We'll go with it again.
This dogleg left plays through a subtle valley that favors a right-to-left tee shot. Many of golf's greats have lost the tournament by finding the hazard on the right or Crampton's Lake at the green. Be careful, the approach is generally off a side-hill lie that works the ball toward the lake; anything left of the green is wet.