Valspar Championship: Best and worst of the 'Snake Pit' challenge
By Ali Stafford
Last Updated: 08/03/18 4:33pm
The Valspar Championship is home to one of the most-feared closing stretches on the PGA Tour, with the “Snake Pit” offering an array of problems over the final three holes.
Valspar Championship: Ways to watch
How to watch coverage of the Valspar Championship this week, live on Sky Sports.
Innisbrook's Copperhead course's tough finish often comes back to bite players, starting with a narrow fairway at the par-four 16th that offers trees to the left and water to the right.
The tricky par-three 17th is followed by another bruising par-four up the last, with the three-hole run ranked the fourth most difficult closing stretch on the PGA Tour last season.
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The final three holes often provide a lot of late drama and change at the top of the leaderboard, with Adam Hadwin edging past Patrick Cantlay in 2017 to claim his first PGA Tour title.
No player has claimed more than a two-stroke victory in the event since KJ Choi's four-shot win in 2006, with another close contest expected this time around.
Ahead of the 2018 tournament, click on the video above to look at the best and worst of players attempting to take on the Snake Pit!
Watch the Valspar Championship throughout the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage begins with Featured Groups on Thursday from midday on Sky Sports Golf.