In the 1991 U.S. Open Championship, Fuzzy Zoeller and John Inman each aced the fourth hole. Surrounded by bunkers, the green features a shelf in the back that is difficult to hold and a flat area across the front of the green. In between is a relatively severe slope, so that a tee shot that is on the green but not close to the hole can easily lead to a bogey.
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