It would be easy to focus on hole 3B, one of the most spectacular one-shotters in the world. The 194-yarder features the world’s only green, set on a natural island. Players can walk to the putting surface during low tide but have to take an amphibious golf cart during high tide. As memorable as that hole is, the rest of the course is impressive, with eight holes bordering either the Pacific or Banderas Bay. Nicklaus returned to build a second course at Punta Mita, called Bahia.