Oct 4, 2012

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Ace Bounty on Hole 17

Players will have a little extra incentive to go for it on the tricky island hole 17… a $1,000.

Jay Matthes of Jay Bird Discs has offered $1,000 to any player to ace hole 17.

The bounty is for the first player to ace, or to be split among the first players if they ace in the same round.

USDGC Chairman Harold Duvall said the hole’s pin position will be rotated throughout the tournament. Rounds 1 and 3 it will be in the new center, right position and the older left position will be used in rounds 2 and 4.

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