The only time I remember this happening was when the greenskeeper at my home course was testing faster greens a couple years ago. I remember my partner and I putting over and over from the same spot and neither of us could get the ball to stop. I thought it was kind of cool but others probably complained.The Committee should avoid placing a hole on a slope where the ball will not come to rest. When the contours of the green allow, holes should be placed where there is an area of two to three feet around the hole that is relatively level so that putts struck at the proper speed will stop around the hole.
On most of the courses around here, it seems to be the rule rather than the exception. Most of the greens look like bombing range targets with all the pockmarks. It goes right along with all the footprints in bunkers (often right past a rake!) and not filling their divots in the fairways. People are pigs.Maybe I'm naive, but I'm shocked that regular players would feel that way. What a bunch of tools. Fix your damn ball marks!
Don't see it too often but definitely have seen it. We usually like to comment that somebody pissed off the guy setting the pins that day or maybe his girl dumped him or something haha