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Topic - John Lyberger
With the world's best players set to take on Congressional's Blue Course during this week's U.S. Open, The Washington Times' Dan Daly sat down with club pro John Lyberger for a hole-by-hole look at how the course should play.
On Congressional Country Club's Blue Course, there's a snake — a non-dues-paying member, no doubt — that lives in the creek beside the sixth green. "He's tucked in those rocks," club pro John Lyberger said during our spin around the property Monday.
John Lyberger, the director of golf at Congressional Country Club, breaks down the Blue Course:
The front side is more forgiving than the back, Lyberger says, "so if you can pick up some birdies there and play the back nine level par, you're doing all right."
Worse, "they're slightly off-center," Lyberger said.