Brickyard Crossing – Indianapolis
Not a fan of race car driving but want to play a round of golf? Head to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and you can play 18 holes. Sorry no driving your golf card around the famous race track.
Coeur D’alene Golf Course – Coeur d’Alene
Playing at the Coeur D’alene Golf Course requires a board ride to reach the first tea box. Perhaps the most unique water hazard in the world the 14th hole is actually a movable island green.
The course also includes a customized golf card and a forecaddie.
The golf course is scenic, considered very tough, and absolutely 100 percent unique.
Prison View Golf Course – Angola
The Louisiana State Penitentiary features a 9 hole course on prison grounds.
Playing on this course requires only a $10 green free but your car and belongings must be searched before you enter the course.
The golf courses grounds are actually maintained by prisoners.
North Star Golf Club – Fairbanks
You could potentially be killed playing at this golf course in the Alaskan Wilderness.
The course often witnesses as bears, moose, and various other animals wonder into the field of play.
The North Star Golf Club has a unique rule. If your ball is stolen by a fox or a raven you can replace it with a no stroke penalty.
Furnace Creek – Death Valley
Located in Death Valley the Furnace Creek golf course can experience temperatures upwards of 130 degrees.
If extremely hot, even deadly temperatures isn’t bad enough the course is also home to coyotes.
Despite the heat and desert like conditions the course is actually rather beautiful.
Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Golf Course
The US Army runs a golf course located within the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that separates North Korea from South Korea.
The course demands that all players be highly armed.
Golfers play through the course with a “caddy” who doubles as a trained counter-sniper.
The “course” is actually just a single 192-yard part-3 hole hole.
Normally we wouldn’t consider a single hole to be a “course” but given the circumstances even a single hole played has to be extremely stressful.
Don Mueang International Airport Golf Course
Don Mueang International looks like any other midsize airport. However, the airports owners have capitalized on extra space by placing an 18-hole golf course directly between two runways.
It might be loud and a bit strange but guests to to course love its unique placement.
Le Touessrok Golf Course – Island
The island of Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean and Le Touessrok is a pinnacle of tropical luxury for golfers.
The Le Touessrok Golf Course occupies its own island which is surrounded by beautiful coral reef.
With white sand beaches, sparkling blue water and the backdrop of an ancient volcanic mountain you will be hard pressed to find a more beautiful course.
This 18-hole golf course is the only one we know about that features 360-degree ocean views.
Royal Calcutta Golf Club
The Royal Calcutta Golf Club is a government owned course that was built by the British in India.
In the early 1920s the golf course was offering two 18-hole courses known as the “Upper Course” and the “Lower Course.”
The course also features a 9-hole middle course known as the “Rabbit Course.”
The course is located at an altitude of 3,730 meters.
Peter Thomson redesigned the course in the 1970s.
The Moon – Space
The Moon doesn’t actually have a golf course but golf has been played on its surface.
Astronaut Alan Shepard landed on the Moon in 1971 and while outside of his lunar lander he hit a golf ball.
Japanese company Shimizu Construction revealed a blueprint for the development of a course for the future.
Given the gravity situation we think a 100 mile long Par-3 would suffice.
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