Even holes were its a severe dog leg, were you have to hit it a certain number to have a shot at the green, that's ok with me. I played a course in Hilton Head that did that, about 4 holes were short par 4's, but you needed to hit the ball 200 yards out, then you would have a short iron into the green. It took the driver out of the bag, and forced you to think about what your doing.
One of my favorite holes is the two par 5's on TPC sawgrass. 16, and i think its the 2nd. Both require a draw to take advantage of the hole. The first i hit a pull cut, clipped a tree, and had to punch out down the fairway to a long iron 3rd shot. Number 16, i crushed a draw that fit down the left side of the fairway, had a 7 iron into the green, never had to worry about the water on the right side. Two similar driving holes, one played the wrong way, one played the right way. Both holes i really liked.
On a side note, if you think number 17 is scary, that is a piece of cake shot compared to the tee shot on number 18. Because if you bail out right, the whole green runs away from you to the water. If you actually go back to were the pro's hit it, man i just stood there and though, "HOLY SHIT, i would not want to have the lead teeing off on this hole", there just seem like no way you could even get the ball to aim down that left side.