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The Palmetto Championship at Congaree is the PGA Tour’s last stop before next week’s big one with the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, but there are still plenty of intriguing stories to follow this week at Palmetto.

The first is the course, one we have never seen before on the PGA Tour and did not exist until a few years ago. This event is a replacement for the canceled RBC Canadian Open, which is why the golf course is such a one-off, but it’s still a terrific-looking track that actually looks fairly different compared to a traditional PGA Tour course.

With sandy waste areas and difficult-looking greens, there’s some ambiguity about how the course is going…

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