Golf On The DMZ
By Kickntrue on 1/15/09
Merlin2Driver sent me this cool blog/article about golf between North and South Korea in the Demilitarized Zone.
The small golf course in Panmunjom is often called the most dangerous in the world. Nestled between North and South Korea GÇô which are technically still at war GÇô sending a ball off the fairway means that it probably won't be retrieved.

Camp Bonifas, the U.S. military installation in Panmunjom, is home to a one-hole golf course, mostly for the benefit of service members stationed in this dangerous spot for a year at a time. The 192-yard par three "course" is free to anyone interested in playing but is generally unavailable to outsiders. Once you're on Camp Bonifas, according to Erica (who prefers to keep her last name private), it's pretty easy to find "The World's Most Dangerous Golf Course," as the locals call it. There isn't much of anything on this army post, and there are only so many places you can go.
Sounds pretty crazy. Sounds like I'd take a BIG number on that hole considering you have to hit the fairway.

Thanks for the heads-up M2D.

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