Nice David Feherty summary of why Oak Hill was susceptible to (record) scoring during round two of the PGA, as quoted by John Strege in the GolfDigest.com media round-up.
"It's the opposite of the amateur game," Feherty said. "The longer this golf course gets the easier it plays for these players because it plays wider. These are very, very narrow fairways, but when the ball hits and stops and stops on the greens it just plays a great deal easier for them. Right now, Oak Hill is pretty benign."