This area, right of the 12th hole, was considered one of the most distinctive on the course before the restoration. Now, you'll find this type of sandy rough throughout the course, a stark contrast to the former grassy roughs.
A new mound extends into the left side of this wide fairway, narrowing the landing area for long hitters.
Existing bunkers had lost much of their Ross character due to years of sand build-up. New, more natural bunker edges reflect the original No. 2.
Wiregrass is native to the longleaf pine forests and grows in "two to three foot wide dense," spreading tufts.