I’ve seriously debated posting #11 to the Worst Holes thread a few times. There’s just nowhere to miss, especially for a high handicapper without major distance.
Frustrating as #15 can be, I have a great memory of it from the 2006 US Am. That was one of the real eye-opener holes for me about the different level those guys could play at. I was caddying that week for a player who’s now on Tour. He and his playing partner hit their drives to the top of the hill before the creek. Then, instead of hitting lay-up shots to the right following the snake, they just rocketed balls up over the trees and onto the green in two. It was a line to the hole I just couldn’t even conceive of at the time.