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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
MOTHER NATURE blew hard for the final round of the 1992 US Open at Pebble Beach. In the blustery conditions scores blew out, too. Third-round leader Tom Kite came to the 7th, and despite being just 107 yards long, only three players had hit the green in regulation all day. Kite’s 6-iron tee shot missed left and his subsequent pitch saw his ball scream across the green before hitting the flagstick and jarring in the hole for an improbable birdie. “Everybody was trying to find a club you could hit to keep it under the wind and fly 105 yards or whatever it was, but with an elevated tee that was tough to do” Kite later said. “ They tell me only one person out of the last 30 players hit the green in regulation. That’s one guy in the last 15 groups able to hit a green barely 100 yards away.” Kite went on to win by two shots and claim his only major. DREAM THEHOLE HISTORICAL MOMENT AT THE 7TH 1992 US OPEN