I have posted before that our course—Kenwood in Maryland, not Ohio—has the worst opening hole I have played in my over 50 years of playing golf. It is a short (340 yards) Par 4. There is out of bounds all of the way up the right, and the fairway cants really hard left to right, particularly for tee shots that carry less than 225 yards. Of course, the logical play is the left side of the fairway except there is a row of trees just off the fairway with low, really low, limbs. To top things off for us mediocre players, there is a deeply seated irrigation pond left off of the tee which is not a very long carry but is visually intimidating for the first swing of the day. It gets a lot of action as does the 45 degree slope leading back up to the fairway which presents a blind punch back toward out of bounds.
And that is just the tee shot. The entire right side of the green is protected (blocked) by a large tree 20 yards of the green. Just behind the tree is a fairly deep bunker. So double hazards. The green is very interestingly contoured but it also cants hard left to right. Once again the logical play is left edge of the green. Except that there is a bunker just off of there which leaves a tricky lightening quick downhill shot.
The strong players hit their tee shot over the trees to the 18th fairway which if the shot gets further enough left is a good line but the wedge shot still plays to a downslope green. For us mortals, a high % of rounds start with a double bogey or worse.