Overall scoring might have been low during the two stops PGA TOUR Canada made in Eastern Ontario this year but that does not mean they were without their challenges for those playing.
Eastern Ontario golf courses serves up two of the three highest scoring holes on the PGA TOUR Canada in 2014.
Hole #2 at Hylands Golf Club (Ottawa) ranked second. The par five for the members was converted to a par four at the Forces and Families Open. Over four rounds TOUR members averaged 4.471 strokes on the hole.
The 11th hole at Loyalist Country Club (Bath) was the 3rd hardest hole on PGA TOUR Canada in 2014. The 225-yard par three that plays into the prevailing wind had an average score of 3.380 strokes during The Great Waterway Classic.
Both events are scheduled to return to the same host clubs in 2015.
Those might be a couple great holes to watch if you want to see touring professionals look a little more human.