I have two.
Occasionally, I will travel for business meetings in the bay area. On my last two trips, I managed to sneak out onto the Harding Park 9 hole course for a late afternoon round (in my experience, this is the only SF-area golf course that doesn't completely gouge out of towners). The course has a 270 yard - par 4 8th hole that is fairly straightaway. On my first round, I drove the front of the green and then holed a 30 foot putt. On my second, I hit my drive left of the green, and pitched from 20 yards straight into the cup. I've played the hole twice and am 4-under total - I don't think I can go back!
I have posted my second story on this forum before, but I think it's worth re-telling. A few years ago, I was invited to play at a private country club as a guest of a gentleman that I did some business with. After 15 holes, he had to leave early to coach his son's little league game, but agreed to let me stay to play the last 3 holes without him (this is a strict violation of country club rules, but hey, what could go wrong in 3 holes??). Wouldn't you know it, on the very next hole, I yank my approach shot left of the green and into a group of gentlemen standing on the tee box for the next hole. One of them ignores the "fore" cry and turns to look and wham! gets nailed square in the jaw from 175 yards on the fly. In summation, my member gets written up in his "file" and I have not been invited back since!