One of my favorite par-5s is No. 3 on Stonewall's North Course in Elverson, Pennsylvania.
This par-5 measures 496 / 470 / 465 / 420 yards. It's an uphill semi-blind drive with a downhill approach.
The tee shot offers a wide fairway as a target, but those who take on the fairway bunkers and successfully fly them get a shorter second shot (~15 yards) compared to those who drive towards the left side of the fairway.
The second shot offers a dramatic view down the hill to the green and provides the golfers a number of options. Those who choose to go for the green in two face a a difficult shot: the green runs away from the midpoint towards the right, and a couple of bunkers ~30 yards short of the green guard from a long run up shot, In other words, precision is needed. For those who play a little safer and choose to lay up (like myself) have a choice on how close to the green (and bunkers) to get, and how much slope they want in their setup for their third shot, as the fairway has a fair from left to right and a bit uphill towards the green too.
The green itself is fantastic. It's fun and challenging. A hit the green in two or three shots does not guarantee a two putt!
It's one my favorite par-5s and probably one of the most fun golf courses I have played. It's always a treat!
Joe Bausch's photo gallery of the hole can be viewed here (the first few images are from the yardage book and a Google aerial): http://myphillygolf.com/uploads/bausch/StonewallNorth/pages/page_17.html?