Assembling the Most Impossible 18-Hole Course from World's Toughest Venues

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Assembling the Most Impossible 18-Hole Course from World's Toughest Venues

Despite what some may think, humans love to witness disaster in sports. How else could one explain the excitement they feel when an athlete fails at exactly the wrong moment?

Sure, people felt bad for Jean Van de Velde after his implosion to lose the 1999 Open Championship, and many others sympathized with Phil Mickelson after he was relegated to calling himself an idiot when he blew the 2006 U.S. Open.

Still, these failures fascinate fans, and that sense of impending doom only locks them deeper into their love for sports (otherwise, nobody would like golf).

With that in mind, it seems like a good measure to imagine the look of the world's toughest golf course. Matching every hole number to its original (i.e. No. 1 at Augusta could only be hole No. 1 on this course), here is an 18 that every pro would fear.

It turns out to be a par-66, but I doubt we'd see many scores in the 60s on this track.

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