Craziest hole you ever played

Craziest hole ever played
Our readers have played a lot of crazy holes, including this one at the Gold Canyon Dinosaur Mountain in Arizona.
By Andrew Prezioso
PGA.com

Published: Sunday, August 17, 2014 | 4:08 p.m.

When it comes to adventures on the course, the term 'crazy' has a wide meaning.

From crazy hole designs to the craziest shots you've ever had, the game has been pretty -- well, you know, crazy -- for our 281,000 fans on Facebook (Click here to join in on the fun). 

We got a lot of good responses to our question and enjoyed seeing where you took your answer -- even if it was to a mini-golf par-1 18th hole with a pirate ship (thanks, Jason Boyd).

Here are some of our favorite and yes, craziest, responses we got, and all of the responses can be seen below. 

Doug O'Boyle: The par-3 hole at Meadows Farms in Virginia is called the baseball hole because it is designed like a Little League stadium, complete with ads on the outfield wall. It has to be seen to be believed.

Michael Weber: Hole No. 3 at Lambert's Point in Norfolk. It's a par 5 with a 90-degree dogleg across 100 yards of river to an elevated green with a steep slope off the back.

Lance Tracy: Almost any hole on Tobacco Road Golf Course in North Carolina. It's the only place I know of where the starter says, "Boys, there is no penalty for grounding your club in the sand." Why you may ask? Play it and find out.

Tom Pickett: Hole No. 13 at Brooksville Country Club in Florida. It's carved from a rock quarry. Four guys from Minnesota had no idea what we were going to hit, let alone where to hit it.

Anthony Williams: The par 3 located at the DMZ in South Korea with landmine fields on both sides of the fairway

Tony Korologos: St. Andrews Old Course No. 17 (the Road Hole). I knocked the tee shot out of bounds (hit hotel). Then I knocked the fourth shot in the hole for a par from 196.

 

 

 

 

Andrew Prezioso is a contributor for PGA.com. Have a good golf story? Send him an email at andrew.prezioso@turner.com.