4. Augusta National Golf Club -- No. 13: Par 5, 510 yards -- Augusta, Ga.
Perhaps the world's most beautiful inland hole, this is also one of its most strategic, capitulating perfectly to co-designer Bobby Jones' fondness for the par 4 and a half hole. It is easily reachable in two by any self-respecting low-handicapper, that is, if distance alone were the sole criterion. Instead, the tee shot must curve hard right-to-left to avoid running through the fairway onto pine straw. Most players who find the short grass still face a lengthy shot from a tight, sidehill lie, over a tributary of Rae's Creek. The four bunkers beyond the green serve as little more than eye candy, but they complete a picture that's as sweet as they come.