Sunday’s round, the final at the AT&T National, could be aptly dubbed: The Revenge of Aronimink.
That is, if you were to ask Trevor Immelman his opinion of the course.
"The greens were definitely firmer [today]," said Immelman, who finished his tournament with a 1-over 71 on Sunday. "First day: firm. Second and third day: soft. And today: firm again. So a little inconsistent."
Immelman posted two birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey on one of the course’s toughest holes, the par-4 No. 10.
He added that the pin placements seemed accessible, based on the gaudy scores his competitors were putting up.
"Well, you know, the pins have been rough this week," said Immelman, the '08 Masters champion. "But guys are making birdies, so obviously if you’re hitting it well you can get it in close. But if you’re off your game, it’s hard to get it in close."