Probably the biggest downfall of our home course. From the back tees distances are roughly 200, 190, 200, 195. It's not uncommon to hit the same club four times. From the men's tees they all move up about 10 yards with the exception of the last one which then is in the 150-160 range. So at least one hole is a little different.
Our public actually has a pretty good set of holes. First one is a slightly uphill shot to a midsized, open green. Men's tee is usually somewhere between 175-190, but the back is 240 (but you can run it on, just don't hit the cart path on the right or it will kick OB). 2nd is about 145/175 from the two tees. Third is to a narrow green that is much wider than deep with lake and bunker edging up to the right half of the green. 140/160. Really good little hole.
Last one is a bit uphill with a big national monument looming in the background. Very picturesque. 175/200 on this one.
This course actually does a much better job of moving the markers around to create different yardages (although I'm sure they only do it because they probably get 10X the amount of round s there and they have to move them due to the tee box being torn up).
Hadn't really thought about the difference in the two course's par threes until this thread.
Edited by deadsolid...shank, 15 November 2017 - 07:57 AM.