My favorite par-3 is the seventh at my home course. It’s 150 yards from whites, anywhere from a 6I to a 9I, depending on the temp and wind. A bunker in front and to the left. Steep drop off behind the green. Made two there twice.
My favorite par-4 is the seventh at another course, and they call it “Trial”. It’s 380 yards from the tees I played. You can’t hit driver, because it’s a downhill drive where the fairway runs out at 240. Second shot is over a creek to a well-protected green.
My favorite par-5 is the seventeenth at yet another course. Not long, 450 yards, so a definite birdie opportunity. The drive is downhill, and even shorter hitters can get to within 200 with a good drive. The second is over water, so even a slight mishit can screw you up.
I voted NO, because I don't really feel any course should cost you so much to play. However, that being said, as a course on one's 'Bucket List', it might be worth paying to play once in a lifetime. But it definitely isn't a course one could play multiple times paying that much money. I suppose it makes it worse for me coming from a country where the most expensive courses probably wouldn't cross 200 dollars and most are under a 100 dollars. I suppose if you golfed in a country like Korea or Japan, where very few, possibly none, of the courses cost less than a 100 dollars, it might change your view point.