Water hazards make this difficult sport even more difficult but these famous water hazards should definitely be on your golfing bucket list!!
We are sure you know all about them! They come in all shapes and sizes and your ball always seems to gravitate towards them.
Here is a list of famous water hazards from around the world:
Barry Burn – Carnoustie
This hazard flows through the Scottish town of Barry and into the North Sea. Despite its elegant looks it causes absolute havoc on the 17th and 18th at Carnoustie! It has definitely contributed towards the 18th being one of the hardest closing holes in the world of golf.
Lake Coeur d’Alene – Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course
This insane water hazard is found in Northen Idaho and is home to the world’s 1st floating green found on the 14th hole! The 32,000 acre lake is an absolute monster and adds to some amazing holes like the 3rd hole and short par 4 13th hole which both run along the banks of the lake.
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Island green – TPC Sawgrass
Probably one of the most famous holes in the world of golf is the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass! This course is located in Ponte Vedra Beach in Florida. This hole has the potential to make or break your round of golf! Most golfers can’t wait for the opportunity to take on this hole and this iconic water hazard stands tall among other water hazards![adrotate group=”23″]
Rae’s Creek – Augusta National
This water hazard has been raising the blood pressure of golfers at Augusta as they come around Amen Corner for many years! This water hazard plays a massive role in deciding who gets to wear the green jacket at the end of the masters making this an iconic water hazard in the world of golf.
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