The 15th hole on the East Course at Oak Hill Country Club, site of the PGA Championship that tees off next week, is a long-ish (180 yards) par three that plays downhill to a narrow green with water on the right side and two bunkers on the left. It’s likely to play a role in helping decide the winner of the year’s final major championship, particularly when you, the fans, get to decide where the hole location is cut on that hole in the final round. Showing a flair for publicity—as well as a quirky sense of humor—the PGA of America is running the “PGA Championship Pick the Hole Location Challenge Hosted by Jack Nicklaus,” which gives the public the chance to go onto the PGA’s website between now and Saturday, August 10, and choose where the flag is stuck on Sunday, August 11. According to the PGA, Nicklaus will “lead fans as their host and teacher in understanding the nuances that the greatest players consider and think about regarding course setup and hole locations.” Yeah, yeah, all well and good: Let’s stick it as close to trouble as possible. Make ‘em sweat!