At my home course of Lingdale, this could entail teeing off with a big fade from the sixth over the trees on the right and round the corner onto the par-3 seventh fairway. Three shots from there up the par-5 eighth would end with a mid iron onto the ninth fairway and then a mid-to-long iron over the practice ground, trees and a road onto the tenth. A mid iron over 15 onto the 14th would then leave a tricky shot or two over woods onto the uphill 12th, followed by an approach to the green and a couple of putts. A par twelve if ever there was one (and probably a few more than that in practice).
From a safety point of view and to avoid annoying everyone else on the course, MegaGolf would probably only work if you teed off around 4am in the summer, or if you owned your own private golf course.
It’d be a fascinating challenge and a great laugh though. And you’d certainly be using your imagination and looking to hit shots you had never needed before. Your course will never look the same again.
And even if MegaGolf proves impossible to implement, deciding on the ultimate challenge on your own course can provide plenty of entertaining and spirited debate in the clubhouse over a couple of beers.