George W. Dunne National Golf Course boasts an array of challenging holes, so it's difficult to pick one hole as the most difficult.
But the 17th hole was as good as any to demonstrate the challenges George Dunne provides. Mike White, a friend of course officials, explains the best way to play the 17th hole.
The hole is a par-3 and is guarded in front by a large pond that serves as a hazard for holes 17 and 18. With sand traps past the green and water in front of it, the tee shot is difficult and must be precise. White was able to hit his target.