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Greens make South Course tricky at Torrey Pines

Greens make South Course tricky at Torrey Pines

It should be no surprise that the South Course at Torrey Pines has played more than three strokes harder than the North Course through the first two rounds of the Farmers Insurance Open. The South side is about 600 yards longer and the greens can be tricky. "You start missing some fairways on the South Course and leaving yourself 30- to 40-foot putts," Jason Day said, "it's tough to get any kind of momentum rolling your way." Topography has a lot to do with it. "Each green's like three or four little greens in itself with the kind of tiering," Martin Laird said. "So you've got to be able to hit it high and stop it." That...

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