The PGA Tour makes its second ever trip to South Korea for the CJ Cup played at the Club at Nine Bridges in the late-afternoon shadow of Mount Halla, the volcano in the center of Jeju Island, south of the mainland.

The basics of Nine Bridges is a par 72 measuring out to 7,196 yards.  It had bentgrass that covers the property which sits approximately 3,500 feet above sea level.  There are well placed bunkers and water hazards throughout the course which finishes with a 568 yard par 5 that has both a split fairway and island green.  The course did take a hit during this harsh summer weather which means the greens should be reception on approach. Since there is no fear of missing the cut and little to no first-hand knowledge of the putting surfaces, aggressive ball-striking will be the key to success.  The biggest threat to these players is the wind. There is expected to be a steady blows 10-20 mph throughout the tournament.   

This event once again features a small field and no...