Toughest hole you have ever played?
Posted 15 May 2018 - 02:24 PM
Edited by exgolfpro, 15 May 2018 - 02:26 PM.
Posted 15 May 2018 - 05:47 PM
Adams CMB 4-6 MB2's 7-9 1 more season
Mizuno Mp 4 52 MP T7 56 &60
Bobby Grace SNYPER II 46"
Oregon Ducks Bag
Posted 16 May 2018 - 06:16 AM
None other than legendary architect Pete Dye said No. 12 was the “hardest par 3 I have ever designed.” Water all down the left and Brush Creek running the length of the hole on the right, you’ll find very little room to bail out. The only bail-out area is in one of the two bunkers off the right of the green. Miss one of these, and you’re getting another ball. Make a par, steal a shot from the field. Make bogey, and run like you stole something.
Posted 16 May 2018 - 07:20 AM
Tour Edge Exotics CB F2 PRO 15.5* Limited/Speeder 757 EVO 7.1X (Gene Sauers club)
Titleist 915 18*/Fubuki K 80X
Titleist 913 Hybrid 21*/Tour Blue 105X (Matt Jones' club) (OR) TM Burner 4-iron/Aldila RIP 115 Tour S
Wilson Staff V4 5 and 6/Aerotech Fibersteel 110 S
MacGregor PRO M 7-PM/Aldila RIP 115 Tour S
Edel 50*/KBS 610 S
Scratch JMO Grind Don White 56*/DG X-100
Cobra Trusty Rusty Tour 64*/DG S-200
The Cure CX2 putter
Posted 16 May 2018 - 04:51 PM
Kapalua Plantation #9, when the 15+ mph tradewinds are blowing into your face (do they ever not?), its difficult to even make the carry for the 2nd shot when the winds are really going
Harvester #15, 650y, pretty wide open, but all uphill
Posted 16 May 2018 - 08:15 PM
3 at Olympic
8 & 17 at Prairie Dunes
11 & 12 Pebble Beach
Posted 16 May 2018 - 09:19 PM
# 18 Carnoustie
# 17 Old Course
There are many difficult holes around in not famous courses.
In my club there's a hole I hate/love, as it's very easy to score a double/triple but it's really beautiful:
Par 4 with water both on the right (with high trees too) and on the left.
You have to shot a 220 yards tee shot exaclty on the left side of the fairway to ha ve a 170/200 yards shot as a second, depending on flag position.
No longer tee craps as there' water in front, too.
If you are on the right (even of the fairway, sometimes,) you can't see the flag as it's a dogleg-right and there are the trees on the left.
I think with a 35-40mph the road hole is one of if not the toughest holes in golf. One day I have to play it.
Posted 20 May 2018 - 12:21 AM
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