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Riviera Country Club

Every year, the short hole tempts contestants of the Northern Trust Open into going for the slender green that repels all but the most precisely executed shots.


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Harbour Town Golf Links

The Harbour Town lighthouse beyond the green offers the ideal line for the drive to the wide fairway on the finishing hole at the long-time host of the Heritage.


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TPC Sawgrass Players Stadium

Every year at the Players Championship, watching the world’s best players negotiating the island green offers one of the most memorable scenes in golf.


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Royal Troon Golf Club Old

Known as the Postage Stamp, the shortest hole on the British Open rota has a small green surrounded by bunkers. Even good players can rack up big numbers if they miss this tiny target.


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Royal County Down Golf Club

The imposing Mourne Mountains present one of the most dramatic backdrops in golf, and the long 9th hole matches its epic surroundings as it falls from the tee before rising toward the green.


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Pebble Beach Golf Links

The wind can make this seemingly innocuous hole play much longer. Golfers have been known to hit as much as 5-iron to this small, bunker-surrounded green that sits on a peninsula.


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Old Course at St. Andrews

Many pursuers of the Claret Jug have seen their quests end on one of the Road hole’s hazards: the road itself, which runs behind the green, or the Road hole bunker, which guards the front...

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Merion Golf Club

The final hole of the site of the 2013 U.S. Open was immortalized in golf's most famous photo: Ben Hogan's 1-iron on the 72nd hole of the 1950 U.S. Open.


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Cypress Point Club Golf

Although golf’s most spectacular par 3 was originally envisioned as a short par 4 by Cypress Point architect Alister MacKenzie, Marion Hollins convinced him to make it a one-shotter.


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Casa de Campo Teeth of the Dog

At one of Pete Dye’s first masterpieces, the par 3 sits spectacularly along the Caribbean Sea. The green juts into the sea, asking for a heroic carry while bunkers short and right leave little bail-out...

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