Even under the best of circumstances, golf is a difficult game to master.
Mark Twain is often credited with first uttering the phrase that "golf is a good walk spoiled," but it may not have come from the noted author. John Feinstein wrote a book with that title about the struggles that all but the most elite pros have when they compete to make a living.
Golfers struggle when the game is played under the best of circumstances. But what about when the game is played in wind, rain, snow, fog or hail? It can be next to impossible for the best amateurs to play and a monumental challenge for the top professionals.
In this piece, we look at the PGA courses that often have difficult weather conditions in addition to being tough challenges under the best of circumstances.