1. Trump National Doral, 476 yards, par 4
Weighing the factors of history, demand on the player and the amount of fear induced, the best of the best. A lot of amazing stuff has happened on the Blue Monster's final test, from Craig Parry's sudden death eagle in 2004 to victory-robbing double bogeys by Greg Norman on down. When the hole plays into the prevailing wind, the drive might be the most difficult on the tour, because the wider landing area on the left is nearly unreachable. If a player can't summon a straight bullet, the bailout to the right leaves an awkward second from where many a ball has been rinsed. Statistically, it has been ranked the most difficult hole more than any other over the years.