Perhaps the most famous hole in all of Golf, the #12 at Augusta:
1934 yardage: 150, par 3
"Here the distance must be gauged very accurately, and the wind sweeping down along Rae's Creek is often deceptive to the player standing on the tee about to hit."
--- Bobby Jones
This is the most terrifying shot on the golf course when the winds are swirling. A short approach will find Rae's Creek or the bunker in front of the green; a long approach could find one of the two bunkers in the rear.
You don't Eagle this hole. A good result is a Par. A great result is a Birdie. Bogey's and Double-Bogey's are not uncommon.