Shinnecock Hills hole-by-hole
A hole-by-hole look at Shinnecock Hills as it was set up for the 2004 U.S. Open.
The sign at the 1st tee box. The hole is known as "Westward Ho" for the direction it faces. The yardage will be longer for the U.S. Open.
A look out from the 2nd tee box at Shinnecock
The U.S. Open championship trophy on display at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
The view of Shinnecock's clubhouse from the 9th fairway.
A look at the putting green on hole three from the rough
The view of the clubhouse from the 18th hole
A look out to the fairway from the 4th tee.
A cluster of sand traps on the 4th hole.
A look uphill at the putting green of the 9th hole. The clubhouse is directly behind the green.
A pair of sand traps guard the green at the 5th hole.
A look at the rolling 10th fairway.
A look at from tee box at the 6th hole.
The only water hazzard at Shinnecock is the on the 6th hole.
The approach to the green on the 7th hole.
The clubhouse at Shinnecock is elevated and looks out over the course.
The fairway on the 8th hole.
A look back at the rolling fairway from the 9th putting green at Shinnecock Hills.
A look at the green on the 9th hole.
A view up the fairway to the 11th green.
A road runs through the fairway on the 12th hole.
The tee box at the 13th hole.
A look at the fairway on the 14th hole.
A look at the fairway on 15.
Sand traps dot the fairway on 16.
A look out at the fairway on the 17th hole at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.