The Wikipedia.org of the day today is about a hole of golf in which you might not survive if you play it…hit the jump to read more.Camp Bonifas is on the Border of North and South Korea,owned by the United Nations to make sure everything is staying calm between the two countries. And you know the one thing United Nations people like and that GOLF dad gummit! So they built a 1 hole par 3 golf course….Surrounded by Land Mines and Gun Turrets!! BOOM Overkill? maybe,but I wouldn’t want to get shot in my back swing that’s for sure. here’s the text from Wikipedia
“There is a par 3 one-hole “golf course” at the camp which includes an Astroturf green and is surrounded on three sides by minefields. Sports Illustrated called it “the most dangerous hole in golf” and there are reports that at least one shot exploded a land mine. Kevin Sullivan of The Washington Post reported in 1998 that Camp Bonifas was a “small collection of buildings surrounded by triple coils of razor wire just 440 yards south of the DMZ” that, were it not for the minefields and soldiers, would “look like a big Boy Scout camp.”
Thanks to Wikipedia for the picture too you guys are bosses.