Butler National was the long time home of the Western Open (1974-1990). We’re playing it from the Pro tees at 7,361 yards, par 72. It was perennially listed as the toughest course on the tour with a stroke average usually around 74.5. Water comes into play about 20 times on the 18 holes; colored traps number in the double digits; and and most of the holes have tougher greens. And, of course, it’s also the course where Lee Trevino was hit by lightning in 1975; spawning one of the most famous lines in golf history. Did we mention it has a ton of trees.