The world's first ever movable and floatable golf course is now at the Lake Coeur d'Alene golf course in Idaho in the United States.
The green has two sand bunkers that further add to the challenge along with the massive lake.
Head professional at the course said the 14th hole had been the crucial risk as well as reward.
Players drive off from shore while attempting the 14th hole at the golf course.
The green was made with the intend to move that ranges from 65 to 130 yards for women and 110 to 210 yards for men, reports The Daily Express.
According to reports, the green, operated with computer, moves alongside an underwater cable.
The Open 2014 is to begin on Thursday in Liverpool at Hoylake.