The 15th green at Muirfield is quickly losing any friends it might have once had. Zach Johnson four-putted that green, as did Brandt Snedeker, and the tricky hole location coupled with green speed made it nearly impossible for a lot of the field on Friday at the British Open.
The person that hates the 15th the most might be Nicolas Colsaerts. The long-hitting German made a double-bogey on this hole in his opening round, but looked like he was comfortable inside the cut line when he arrived here on Friday.
Colsaerts needed five putts on this green, as you can see above, carding a 9 on the par-4, eventually missing the weekend cut at the Open by a single shot.
The only bright side in all of this for Colsaerts? Missing the cut means he won't have to face the 15th green again for a very, very long time.
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