I have noted some of the common detested courses mentioned. I've looked at my course notes and found a slight correlation between them and the frequency of skewed camera angles or parallax on these very courses. (esp. on the approaches)
e.g. Merion, B.O. Par 4, Kaiwah, etc.
If the wind direction is misconstrued, or the line-of-sight is slightly impaired w/ a skewed 'forward' camera angle this may be a challenge to determine surroundings & actual wind bearing.
Just something to consider,
I have to make note on some of the holes that have 'misleading' camera angles, then make significant adjustments, esp. in high wind.