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I'm sure there's a heavy dose of familiarity influencing this, but I think 4.25" is about the perfect size. It's large enough to make a five or even ten-foot putt feel quite "makeable" while also making a 30-footer feel like you have to do something really well to make it. If the hole was any smaller, it'd be really difficult to make putts from outside of three feet. If it was any larger, five-footers would start to feel like tap-ins. What's the perfect hole size, in your opinion, or did we accidentally achieve it? P.S. 4.25/1.68 ~= 2.5.