Which course has the greatest set of par 3s in the world?

Cynics might be tempted to dismiss the par 3s at Teeth of the Dog as Pete Dye clichés propped up by the Caribbean Sea, but that would only prove they had never played the holes. The sea laps at three of the four greens, with the ocean to the left of two and right on the others (the nearest drop, as they say, is Caracas), but they each feature different putting surface shapes and sizes, and distances range up to 227 yards with sand being as prominent a hazard as the water. The short lily pad-to-lily pad fifth remains one of a kind, and doppelgangers of others went on to make later cameos throughout the Dye oeuvre—the 16th is a blueprint for the 12th at Whistling Straits, and the 13th reappears as the eighth at The Ocean Course at Kiawah, for instance. They might seem familiar now, but Dye thought of them here first.