Best Backyard Golf Holes\nFrom celebrities to CEOs, people across the country have professed their love of the game by building their own personal field of dreams. Here's a look at some of the best we've seen\nHow does short-game guru Dave Pelz keep his own short-game sharp? With an incredible backyard practice facility at his home in the Austin, Tex., area. A couple of those greens should look familiar. One is a replica of the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass (top) and the other is a copy of No. 12 at Augusta National (left).\nA mansion on the market in British Columbia, Canada, has a practice area with a multi-tiered green and bunker. The view isn't bad, either.\nTexas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre hit three home runs in four innings during an August 2012 game against the Baltimore Orioles. But that's not nearly as impressive as his 16,600-square-foot house in Bradbury, CA, he just sold for $17 million. And that doesn't even include the lovely practice facility seen above.\nTiger Woods' newest home in Jupiter, Fla., features an ultra-private practice facility. Near the water, the various sets of tees and greens should allow the 14-time major champion the ability to practice just about every shot under any wind condition.\nPhil Mickelson has kept that flop shot sharp through the years with this short-game setup behind his Rancho Santa Fe home. But in 2012, the five-time major champion put this luxury estate on the market. The asking price? $7.095 million.\nSomeday John Smoltz will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame for his ability to pitch. Until then, he can pass the time practicing his golf game in the backyard of his Ball Ground, Ga., home that features nine different tees and three greens.\nBack view of one of Smoltz's practice greens and his house in Ball Ground, Ga.\nBend, Ore., is the site of this breathtaking private hole.\nAnother view of this backyard beauty in Bend, Ore.\nAs the president of Vornado Realty, Mike Fascitelli holds memberships to several prestigious clubs. He doesn't have to leave his Guilford, Conn., home, however to play a spectacular par 3. This hole features five tees, including two out in Long Island Sound.\nAnother view of Fascitelli's seaside playground in Guilford, Conn.\nLess than a mile from famed Cypress Point Club, this Pebble Beach, Calif., home features a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean.\nAnother view of this private layout on the Monterey Peninsula.\nThe backyard practice green of Matt Keller in Scottsdale, Ariz.\nVijay Singh has always been known for his marathon practice sessions at the range. Apparently, the former No. 1-ranked player in the world takes his work home as well. Here is an aerial shot of his Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., home.\nA view from behind Jerry Marti's 6,500-square-foot synthetic green in Lamar, Mo.\nJerry Marti and son Jeremy putt on their private green in Lamar, Mo.\nMike Koprowski built his own 135-yard par 3 in the front yard of his Nashville, Tenn., home.