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

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.