When you think of hard tee shots there are many in golf that spring to mind.
Think of the famous 12th at Augusta National where the best players on the planet have been humbled.
That par-3 over water is only 155 yards but the small green at Morning Bell is one of the most-feared shots in golf.
Especially more so if you are in contention down the stretch and perhaps have a big cat chasing you down.
There are others that stand out, too.
Think of the 17th at TPC Sawgrass, or maybe the 16th hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
That is possibly the loudest and most distracting tee shot in golf.
Another one has surfaced on Twitter of a picturesque yet heart-in-mouth tee shot at a course in New York.
It's not actually part of the course but outside the bar area in Glen Arbor.
Glen arbor in New York has to be up there. This is right outside the bar area. Sit on the porch with a drink, watch people come in on 18 and have some wedge contest with some buddies. So cool pic.twitter.com/7cr6Rue3YD— Judd Cornell (@JuddCornell) October 11, 2020
The player is faced with an absolutely stunning view and manages to find the tiny green and puts it very, very close.
How often would you find the short stuff?
Comments on the shot included:
Imagine getting a hole-in-one and not being able to get your ball
Super fun track always plush greens
Does this course provide balls or do you just throw away Pro Vs for no good reason?