The Barclays visits Bethpage Black this week, a course so brutal that a first-tee marquee infamously warns players on the impending difficulty. The sign has become as popular as the course itself, with many a golfer stopping to snap a photo of the post. Which got us thinking: What are the most famous landmarks in golf?

1 Amen Corner, Augusta National Golf Club

2 Swilcan Bridge, Old Course at St Andrews

3. Putter Boy, Pinehurst No.2

4. Lighthouse, Harbour Town Golf Links

5. Church Pew bunkers, Oakmont Country Club

6. Ben Hogan statue, Colonial Country Club

7. 17th hole, TPC Sawgrass

8. The Bear Trap, PGA National Golf Club

9. Magnolia Lane, Augusta National Golf Club

10. Warning sign, Bethpage Black

11.Wicker baskets, Merion Golf Club

12. Lone Cypress, between Cypress Point Golf Course and the Pebble Beach Golf Links

Seen in the Pebble Beach logo, the Monterey Cypress is indigenous to the area. Called the “most photographed tree in the world,” the cypress is now held up by steel cables.

13. Windmill, National Golf Links of America