2013 PGA runner-up Jim Furyk unintentionally and innocently said something that I find to be an indictment of the Oak Hill setup which, as we know now, is merely in response to distances overwhelming architecture due to regulatory complacency of the USGA and R&A.
You get four pops a year; this golf course set up very well for my game. I love the golf course. I played pretty well the last time here. I was excited to come in. They pinched the fairways down. Everyone was playing from the same spots. It's set up very well for someone like Jason or I for our game.
Furyk and Dufner hit more fairways and deserved to separate themselves from the rest, but he's also admitting that the course negated an advantage someone might have for being able to use distance and accuracy to their advantage.
Again, that's not the fault of Oak Hill or even the PGA's Kerry Haigh who want to keep things sane. This imbalance is the fault of the USGA and R&A for not protecting the role of skill and the meaning of architecture.