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Castle Stuart, 3rd Hole. Really love the shaping off to the left of the green where a ball can be kicked into short grass. Makes for a tricky recovery on an otherwise short par 4.
There's a good one (14?) at Reynolds Plantation Great Waters in Georgia.
Very we allow burns, Rosses Point has a cracker downhill par 3 in the middle of the round. Ciao
I have never been a huge fan of holes that back right up to a water hazard, because I don't understand the drop rule.The only ones I can think of that I've built are the new 2nd and 11th greens at The Lido. The 11th has a bunker guarding the back left, but if you miss long right, or anywhere over the back at the 2nd, you are going down the bank and gone. They may need a drop area on the 2nd, because that bank is too steep to take a drop if they keep mowing it tight.