If I was a spectator at this year's Open Championship at Royal Troon, I would camp out at the eighth hole all day.
The "postage stamp" hole is only 123 yards, so there's always a chance for a hole-in-one lurking. Yet it's tiny 2700 square foot putting surface and five coffin bunkers also cause some incrediblely frustrating situations for the players.
Both of those were on display Friday. In the morning, when winds were calm and the rain was light, the hole was playing as the easiest on the course.
This lead to three really good chances for holes-in one, from Phil Mickelson, Martin Kaymer, and Jim Furyk.