The Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Resort is home to this week's Valspar Championship, and includes a three-hole finishing stretch aptly named the "Snake Pit."
Here's an overview of holes 16 to 18 at the Copperhead Course.
The stretch begins with one of the toughest holes on the PGA Tour - one protected by water at the bend of a dogleg. Players will need both power and precision off the tee, while also navigating a slightly elevated green. John Daly shot 90 in the second round of the 2014 tournament, and 12 of those strokes came at the 16th hole.
|No. 16 - 2016 Stats|
Players will have to embrace the largest green on the course, but will also need to hit it first. The putting surface is protected by a large bunker on the right side, two smaller ones on the left, and one behind the green. Plus, the pear-shaped green has a false front and is just 15 yards wide at the entrance - leaving no room for error.
|No. 17 - 2016 Stats|
The final hole features a straightaway tee shot to a narrow fairway that's protected by bunkers on either side of the landing area. The approach shot is roughly 40 feet uphill to a putting surface, defended by a large trap in the front and a bunker behind the green that slopes severely back-to-front.
|No. 18 - 2016 Stats|