Video: Shinnecock Hills's 13th, 14th and 15th holes

At 374 yards, the drive and pitch 13th only gave up 54 birdies last time around thanks to the few things that still give great players fits: few level stances, semi-obstructed views and another difficult green.  A likely forced layup tee shot could change matters if the wind is helping. 

One of the prettiest holes on the planet was once lined with shrubbery and now features a wide open look and also a new back tee stretching things to 519 yards. The uphill second to a green with no sense of any backstop should return some of the happy-with-par vibe to Shinnecock's 14th:

At 409 yards from an elevated tee, a layup tee shot sets up an approach to a green heavily protected by sand.