I was playing Eagle Green GC* in Denton, TX. No. 9 is a 495-yard uphill par 5 with a terraced green. The flag was on the lower terrace, about 3 feet below the terrace shelf.
My drive caught the corner of the rough, and I took a 5W to about 60 yards out, just short of two fairway bunkers. I took a half PW, and landed short of the pin, but the ball released and ran up about 6 feet onto the upper terrace.
A long hitter I was playing with drove farther, and had bounced a 3W shot to the back fringe of the green. He hit a long putt from the back fringe, hit the terrace and rolled all the way to the front fringe.
Seeing this, I took a 7i and decided to hit a bladed chip shot. The ball checked just above the terrace, and trickled over the downslope and into the cup for a birdie.
My last two months in Denton, I played the course eight times. I charted No. 9: I got five bogies and three birdies - never did par it that year.
*Unfortunately, Eagle Green GC got subdivided about 5 years after I left town.