Here is the list of some Strangest Golf Courses in the World?
Nullarbor Links, Australia: Stretching a mind-blowing 850 miles through the barren Nullarbor Plain, this par-766 course boasts the title of "world's longest." Greens vary from Astroturf to dirt, and transportation between holes usually involves a 30-mile drive
Black Course at Turnberry Resort, Scotland: This course is infamous for its extreme difficulty, with blind holes, narrow fairways, and pot bunkers galore. Tiger Woods is the only pro golfer to shoot under par here, solidifying its legendary status.
Legend Golf & Safari Resort, South Africa: Take a helicopter to the 19th hole, a par-3 perched atop Hanglip Mountain with a 470-yard vertical drop and a green shaped like Africa! Not for the faint of heart (or stomach)
Skukuza Golf Course, Kruger National Park, South Africa: Tee off amongst zebras and giraffes! This course winds through the Kruger National Park, and encounters with wildlife are almost guaranteed. Just keep your eyes on the ball (and the lurking crocodiles)
Uummannaq, Greenland: Play on ice! This 9-hole course near the Arctic Circle uses snow and ice as its green, with red flags marking the holes. Expect breathtaking scenery and potentially frozen fingers
There are many more unique courses out there, each offering a peculiar twist on the traditional game. From underwater putting in the Maldives to floating greens in Vietnam, the possibilities seem endless