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TEE TIMES

1ST & 2ND ROUND

HOLE BY HOLE COURSE ANALYSIS


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FOX DEN COUNTRY CLUB • FIRST AND SECOND ROUND GROUPINGS FD Rd. 1 TEE 1

FD Rd. 2 10TEE

7:30

12:30

Scott Sterling

Shane Bertsch

Rafael Echenique

Baton Rouge, LA

Denver, CO

San Luis, Argentina

Dusty Fielding

Todd Demsey

7:40

12:40

Troy Merritt Meridian, ID

St. George, UT

Scottsdale, AZ

7:50

12:50

Richard Scott

Adam Crawford

Eric Axley

St. Simons Island, GA

Brisbane, Qld., Australia

Knoxville, TN

Steven Alker 22

Randall Hutchison

Glen Day

Hamilton, New Zealand

Traverse City, MI

Alotian, AR

Brad Adamonis

Steve Allan

8:00

1:00

8:10

1:10

Kevin Foley 19 Palm Beach Gdns.,, FL

Cumberland, RI

Melbourne, Australia

8:20

1:20

Nick Flanagan

Scott Parel 24

Whee Kim 25

New Castle, Australia

Augusta, GA

South Korea

Brian Duncan

8:30

1:30

B.J. Staten

Rob Oppenheim

Cottonwood Hts., UT

Andover, MA

Mount Pleasant, SC

8:40

1:40

Alexandre Rocha

Roger Sloan

Peter Lonard

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Merritt, Canada

Sydney, Australia

8:50

1:50

Roland Thatcher

Guy Boros

Ron Whittaker

The Woodlands, TX

Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Little Rock, AR

9:00

2:00

Sam Saunders

Zack Miller

Andy Winings

Fort Collins, CO

San Rafael, CA

Brownsburg, IN

9:10

2:10

Oscar Fraustro

Stephan Jaeger

Scott Pinckney

Chihuahua, Mexico

Chattanooga, TN

Scottsdale, AZ

Steve Friesen

Matt Hill

9:20

2:20

Dustin Garza Mission, TX

Scottsdale, AZ

Sarnia, Ont., Canada

9:30

2:30

Matt Eschenburg

Walt Chapman

Peter Malnati

The Woodlands, TX

Nashville, TN

Dandridge, TN

FD FD Rd. 1 Rd. 2 TEE 10 1TEE 7:30 7:40

12:30 12:40

Robert Gamez

Marco Dawson

Fran Quinn

Orlando, FL

Lakeland, FL

Holden, MA

Brett Wetterich

Lee Bedford

Andrew Loupe

Jupiter, FL

Cary, NC

Baton Rouge, LA

Chris Smith

Garrett Willis

12:50

Matt Bettencourt Spartanburg, SC

Peru, IN

Knoxville, TN

8:00

1:00

Joe Durant

Philip Pettitt, Jr.

Hunter Haas

Gulf Breeze, FL

Murfreesboro, TN

Ft. Worth, TX

8:10

1:10

Patrick Cantlay 23

Wes Short, Jr.

J.J. Killeen

Long Beach, CA

Austin, TX

Ft. Worth, TX

8:20

1:20

Dawie van der Walt

Richard S. Johnson

Aron Price

Kingwood, TX

Stockholm, Sweden

Sydney, Australia

8:30

1:30

Michael Putnam 1

Carlos Franco

Jonathan Hodge

Tacoma, WA

Palm City, FL

Chattanooga, TN

8:40

1:40

Shaun Micheel

Lee Janzen

Todd Hamilton

Memphis, TN

Orlando, FL

Westlake, TX

Len Mattiace

Wes Roach

8:50

1:50

Heath Slocum Alpharetta, GA

Jacksonville, FL

Knoxville, TN

9:00

2:00

Michael Sims

Bio Kim

Josh Broadaway

Belmont Hills, Bermuda

Seoul, South Korea

Dothan, AL

Andy Pope

Derek Fathauer

9:10

2:10

Fernando Mechereffe Pelotas, Brazil

Glen Ellyn, IL

Jupiter, FL

9:20

2:20

Clodomiro Carranza

Reid Edstrom

Brian Prouty

Argentina

Auburn, AL

Tucson, AZ

Stephen Shellock

Johan Kok

David Holmes

Orlando, FL

Nashville, TN

Knoville, TN

2:30

FD Rd. 2 10TEE

12:30

7:30

Skip Kendall

Kevin Kisner 14

Windermere, FL

Aiken, SC

Alex Cejka Munich, Germany

Daniel Chopra 18

James Nitties Walkabout Creek, Australia

12:40

7:40

Cliff Kresge Heathrow, FL

Falun, Sweden

12:50

7:50

Nathan Green

Mike Lavery

Michael Connell

Newcastle, NSW, Australia

Mission Viejo, CA

Austin, TX

Hudson Swafford

Kent Jones

Patrick Sheehan

Tallahassee, FL

Albuquerque, NM

Warwick, RI

Tim Wilkinson 9

Craig Bowden

1:00

8:00

1:10

8:10

Kelly Kraft Dallas, TX

Palmerston North, New Zealand Bloomington, IN

1:20

8:20

Mathew Goggin 21

Ryan Spears

Hobart, Australia

Wichita, KS

Tampa, FL

Kevin Johnson

Brad Elder

Ryuji Imada

1:30

8:30

Mark Anderson 8 Beaufort, SC

Pembroke, MA

Dallas, TX

1:40

8:40

Billy Hurley III

Spencer Levin

Nick Rousey

Annapolis, MD

Elk Grove, CA

Pensacola, FL

1:50

8:50

Nate Smith

Tommy Cocha

Franklin Corpening

Santa Cruz, CA

Salta, Argentina

Ft. Worth, TX

2:00

9:00

Matias O'Curry

Matt Hendrix

Jason Allred

Argentina

Greenville, SC

Scottsdale, AZ

I J Jang

Tim Kunick

John Chin

Fullerton, CA

Bismark, ND

Temecula, CA

David Skinns

Loren Personett

2:10

9:10

2:20

9:20

Adam Hart Blythewood, SC

Suwanee, GA

Nashville, TN

2:30

9:30

Dominic Bozzelli

Kyle G. Morris

Derek Rende

Pittsford, NY

Scottsdale, AZ

Chattanooga, TN

Adam Hadwin

Vaughn Taylor

Scott Dunlap

Abbotsford, BC, Canada

Augusta, GA

Duluth, GA

Paul Claxton

Corey Nagy

Bubba Dickerson

Sea Island, GA

Charlotte, NC

Hilliard, FL

D.J. Brigman

Will MacKenzie

FD FD Rd. 1 Rd. 2 TEE 10 1TEE

7:50

9:30

FD Rd. 1 TEE 1

12:30 12:40

7:30 7:40

12:50

7:50

Miguel Angel Carballo Buenos Aries, Argentina

Albuquerque, NM

Greenville, NC

1:00

8:00

Chris Wilson

Sung Kang

Jason Schultz

Dublin, OH

Carrolton, TX

Colombia, MO

1:10

8:10

Aaron Goldberg

Garth Mulroy

David Gossett

Encinitas, CA

Raleigh, NC

Austin, TX

1:20

8:20

Gavin Coles

Vince Covello

Danny Ellis

Bathurst, Australia

Ponte Vedra Bch., FL

Heathrow, FL

1:30

8:30

Tyrone Van Aswegen

Byron Smith

Chad Collins

Johannesburg, South Africa

Palm Desert, CA

Cloverdale, IN

1:40

8:40

Ashley Hall

Bhavik Patel

Andrew D. Putnam

Melbourne, Australia

Bakersfield, CA

University Place, WA

Jerod Turner

Bryden MacPherson

1:50

8:50

James White Acworth, GA

Colleyville, TX

Jupiter, FL

2:00

9:00

Chip Deason

Erik Flores

James Sacheck

Evans, GA

Grass Valley, CA

Fort Worth, TX

Dae-Hyun Kim

Matt Harmon Grand Rapids, MI

2:10

9:10

Scott Harrington Scottsdale, AZ

South Korea

2:20

9:20

Blayne Barber

Sejun Yoon

Chase Carroll

Lake City, FL

San Diego, CA

Knoxville, TN

Brandon Brown

Seth Parmer

Ryan Nelson

Shelbyville, KY

Bowdon, GA

Charleston, SC

2:30

9:30

*Names of participants indicated in bold are local residents. *This list is for informational purposes only. Field is subject to change. Player can contact PGA Tour Headquarters for their alternate status.


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Twenty years after accomplishing a monumental feat on the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour, named its Rookie of the Year in 1993, Suzanne Strudwick is teaching 50 Farragut junior girls, ages 9-13, the game of golf as Fairways & Greens’ director of junior development. Still a card-holding LPGA Tour member after 14 years on tour, Strudwick is the new head coach of Carson-Newman University’s Women’s Golf team. Having played Fox Den Country Club’s course “about five or six times,” Strudwick also has witnessed several News Sentinel Opens at FDCC. She expressed a special respect — from a professional perspective — for the 44-year-old venue, which is set to host the 2013 News Sentinel Open presented by Pilot Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 15-18. “I think it is a tricky golf course,” Strudwick said about the Par 71, 7,071yard course. “I’m amazed every year as to how low the scores are. I really don’t think it’s that easy.” However, “These guys hit it so far, they make these courses look silly now,” Strudwich added. “I think it’s the caliber of the tour pros these days, its just amazing to me, of how well they hit it and how well they manage their games now. … You will play that course and hit every club in your bag. It really will examine everything. I really like it. I enjoy it. “The front nine is where you can let your driver loose a little bit more” 4 • EVERYTHING GOLF 2013

because fairways “are a lot more open.” With much narrower fairways from No. 11 through No. 14, “The back nine is all about scoring and all about placement … they cannot hit their driver so much,” she said. “It’s almost two distinct” types of holes. “I’ve heard the average is about eight to nine drivers a round.” Strudwich breaks down, hole by hole, how she thinks the Web.com Tour field should play the course:

1

No.

2

No.

Par 4, 482 yards

Par 3, 193 yards

No. 1 Par 4, 482 yards (downhill slope off tee): “Typically, there’s going to be some nerves involved teeing off on the first hole, so play it safe and aim for middle left [off the tee]. … If you’re going to miss it, miss left. If you hug the right side, you can get yourself into some trouble. … Your tee shot is paramount. “If you hit the fairway, the trouble there is a bunker on the left, and then trees and a hill on the right. … If you know you’re not going to hit the green, they play a lay-up shot.” “It’s a fairly easy hole to make a birdie. … It’s a big green, it’s got some undulation to it. … Get it as close as you can on that third shot.”

No. 2 Par 3, 193 yards (downhill off tee with water fronting green): “One thing at Fox Den pros probably don’t take in account so much, is that it does tend to be windy. And with the elevation change that that course has, I see a lot

3

No.

Par 4, 409 yards

of pros over-clubbing on that hole. So it’s probably half a club less that what you think. “And if it hits the front edge, it will roll up that green because it sits down and it’s relatively flat, and it tends to be a little harder.”

No. 3 Par 4, 409 yards (uphill all the way,

slight dogleg): “You walk off there with a 4 and you’ve done well. … Premium bunkering up around the greens, so your second shot is to an elevated green where you can’t see the pin.” Off the tee with a driver, “Hit the fairway middle-right, that’s a good approach. Definitely pick the right See OPEN on Page 8


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4

No.

Par 4, 436 yards

5

No.

Par 5, 533 yards

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club for your second shot. It’s going to be more than you think.”

No. 4 Par 4, 436 yards (slightly downhill off tee): “Three and four, both of those holes are very similar. Four goes back

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down the hill, but again it’s a dogleg to the right. … Play less [club]. It’s a slopey green.”

No. 5 Par 5, 533 yards: “This one I’d say is a birdie hole. At this point in your round you’ll really want to start attacking it. It narrows down as it comes into the green. There’s some danger in

6

7

No.

No.

Par 3, 198 yards

Par 4, 422 yards

going for it in two. But being in a bunker around this green is not a problem. It’s a small green.”

No. 6 Par 3, 198 yards (steep downhill off tee): “Being that it’s straight downhill, it plays at least a club, or club-and-ahalf shorter than the yardage. … Seeing what the wind’s doing and hav-

ing a plan is premium on that hole, because that will change day to day.

No. 7 Par 4, 422 yards (uphill off tee): “When I’ve played it and when I’ve watched, pros have a lot of trouble on this one. I think it’s because it doglegs See OPEN on Page 10


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to the left, and there’s out-of-bounds on the right. I saw a lot of shots from the tee box, balls that were going just too far. So it’s probably not a driver off the tee on that one. … You hit down into the fairway and then back up. You can run out of fairway, so that one probably would be a 3-wood off the tee.

8

No.

Par 4, 400 yards

11

No.

No. 8

Par 4, 413 yards

Par 4, 400 yards: “That one is fairly easy. … It’s not a difficult hole. That would be a birdie hole opportunity. … Probably not a driver off the tee.”

No. 9 Par 4, 421 yards: (downhill off tee, then uphill to the green): “You’ve just got to watch the corners. Probably not a driver off the tee. Make sure if you cut the corner you do it right. … With 9 being back up the hill and into the green, again you can’t see the bottom of the green, so you’re elevation change is knowing how hard the green is, how much release and pin placement to be able to attack it.”

9

No.

Par 4, 421 yards

No. 10 Par 5, 561 yards: “Kind of similar to No. 1, but not the elevation. This one is just a straightaway, long par 5. Just curls around to the right. Again, I would say I lot of them might be able to go for it in two. But if you don’t lay up to a yardage that you know, there’s not a lot of trouble on that apart from the out-of-bounds because of the driving range on the left.” “A slight fade off the tee box is probably a good play, and then either go for it or lay up to your favorite yardage. Again, an undulating, smallish green, so having a comfortable wedge into that green is paramount because you don’t want a long putt. Those greens can get you. They get really crusty by mid-August. If you’re above the hole, you’re better off being short of all the holes putting up into it, instead of being long putting down. … On these par 5s, it just really knowing your yardage and what your wedges can do.”

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12

No.

No.

Par 5, 561 yards

Par 4, 373 yards

No. 11 & No. 12 No. 11, Par 4, 413 yards, and No. 12, Par 4, 373 yards (begins a series of narrow fairways): “It begins those string of holes that are very narrow. You’re on a slight slope of the fairway. So the fairway’s running away from you. Again, it’s not going to be a driver off the tee, because otherwise if you miss

it you’ll either be in the rough or in the trees. “And the fairway is not flat, it’s slopey on both 11 and 12. It’s small greens, slight doglegs. Again, they’re just going to have wedges or short irons for their second shots, even with hitting a 3-wood or 2-iron off the tee box.”

No. 13 Par 3, 166 yards: “The little short one. That one has got a fairly small, narrow green. And again, it’s a little exposed out there so the wind can catch it. To me it’s all about the green on that one and just aim really accuSee OPEN on Page 12


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14

No.

13

No.

Par 4, 368 yards

16

No.

Par 3, 214 yards

Par 3, 166 yards

17

No.

No.

Par 4, 427 yards

Par 4, 458 yards

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rate. You can get into some trouble if you miss the green because of the slopes. … They’re going to be hitting 8-, 7-iron. It’s fairly level.”

No. 14 Par 4, 368 yards: “Again, that’s a narrow, real short hole. Probably going to have a 3-iron, 2-iron off the tee. … There’s more trees and there’s more doglegs. Slopey. … Long, narrow green.”

No. 15 Par 4, 427 yards: “It slopes from left to right, so you want to hit your driver middle left because it will start sloping down. And then it’s a straight downhill shot into the green. Small green. An elevation change again. A big change from hitting down into the green. Probably again, not a driver off the tee. “Green tends to be a little firmer on that one because it’s sitting down a little bit, so the ball might release a little bit further on that green. They’ll probably be hitting 7-iron into it, so they’re

getting a lot of spin.”

No. 16 Par 3, 214 yards (big pond fronts green). “That one is probably the signature hole. That’s the one that [many] spectators go to. A lot of noise. … They’ll experience a lot of noise because of all the hoopla around that. It’s a good learning experience hole.” “Again, it’s very open, [you’re] hitting across water. It’s a big, sloping green. You’re wide open, so what the pros might feel back on the tee box is not necessarily the wind on the green,

so they have to pay attention to the green being exposed and quite windy. And they’re kind of sheltered back there on the tee box.”

No. 17 Par 4, 458 yards: “A fairly long slog of a hole. It’s just slightly uphill and around the corner. That green is narrow, and there’s a couple of dips on the side of the greens that if you miss it on the left or the right, you’ve got awkward chip shots. … Seventeen is sort See OPEN on Page 14

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No.

Par 5, 597 yards

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of crosswind.” “On that one you are having to hit your driver so you’ve got the shortest possible shot into the small green. But it’s a tough green to hit, and then you’re almost going to feel like you’re in Scotland if you miss the green. … It won’t be automatically getting your lop wedge out. You can chip and run it. I’ve seen pros take their hybrids and chip and run it through those slopes. “It’s kind of fun. It’s a good spectator green to go watch, because you’ll see a lot of the guys being creative.”

Par 5, 597 yards (pond fronts green): Eighteen is the fun hole for the spectators. … They tend to hit the ball middle right on that one. Kind of hug the tree line a little bit more to have a shorter hit into the green. It’s downhill. They’re typically hitting probably 2-irons, 3-irons into that green. It’s pretty much an island green. “It’s a tough second shot because the fairway slopes away from them. It’s downhill. The green’s downhill. And that green can get a little crusty by Sunday, so anything on the front will release. If spectators “could get a little clos-

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The world’s greatest wines seem to always earn high marks in the global press. That’s the result of the perfect application of passion and talent. Wines with famous names and pedigrees definitely command a higher price — but they reward with an undeniable quality year after year.

The World’s Greatest Wines It used to be nearly impossible to obtain a steady supply of fine wines in Knoxville, but you can find great wines from the world’s most celebrated producers on a yearround basis at Turkey Creek Wine & Spirits. We even carry wines rated 90 points* or higher by the most discerning wine critics at prices as low as $8.99. So no matter what your budget, you can always find something exceptional.

Wine Is Not An Afterthought (To Us) We’re not a “package store” — we didn’t add wine after it became popular. We opened as a wine specialty store, and after just ten short years, and a lot of hard work, we’ve grown into the largest seller of fine wine in the metropolitan Knoxville area. Yes, it’s true, we do carry the big brands, but our passion will always be the gems — the best wines we can source from around the world, some new to America, and some with well-deserved international reputations. Even if you already have a favorite liquor store, you should still choose Turkey Creek Wine & Spirits whenever you need a guaranteed great wine for a special occasion, just to be sure. Because we’ve always been dedicated to making Knoxville a world class wine market. One great score after another. ©2013 Turkey Creek Wine & Spirits, LLC 10903 Turkey Dr., Knoxville TN 37934. All rights reserved. Sale prices good through 8/15 - 8/17. Sale prices good for stock on hand only. Sale prices available to the general public; this is not a coupon. *We accept wine ratings from The Wine Spectator, The Wine Enthusiast, Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Journal, The Wine Advocate, eRobertParker.com, and Wine & Spirits.

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Tee times and hole by hole coverage of the Knoxville News Sentinal Open

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