Some of the best putts on the whole course is from on top of the cliff above 9C. I've got there in 2 a couple of times. I have yet to sink a putt from up there though. A 3 is pretty impressive.
Okay, this makes a little more sense now. I know it was mentioned that some of these guys were big armed throwers, but it still seemed amazing to me that people were having looks at birdie 3 on hole 9c. From the discussion it seems obvious that people aren't throwing down the natural path /hyzer lane that goes past the A and B pins to the long C pin position - people are throwing just to the right of the pavilion, where there is some space between the pavilion and the trees. I hadn't considered that, and may just start throwing that route when playing to the C position.