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This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

We’ve seen some incredible places here at BuzzNick, which make us just want to throw caution to the wind, pack our bags, and travel the world. If you are a fan of golfing, this may be one of those places for you. This is the world’s toughest golf hole where players are literally flown up to the tee, which just so happens to be on top of a mountain, in a helicopter!

Forget your local pitch and putt, this mammoth Par 3 is one of golf’s greatest challenges – and that’s just getting to the tee!

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

The Extreme 19th is the world’s longest Par 3, measuring 391 yards, and challengers can only access the tee by helicopter.

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

Sitting atop South Africa’s Hanglip Mountain, at 1300 feet tall (400 meters), it is also the globe’s highest hole, meaning it takes almost 30 seconds for any tee shot to reach the Africa-shaped green below.

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

There’s the hole…. way down there!

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

I wonder if you yell FORE, if anyone can actually hear you?

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

Here’s the helicopter taking golfers up and down the mountain.

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

Even though it seems like a lot of work to get back and forth from this particular hole, the surroundings are absolutely stunning, making it all worth it.

This Golf Course Is Only Accessible By Helicopter And Sits 1,300 Feet Above The Hole

Check out this incredible video:

More Info: Golf Advisor

It would be fun to go here even if you aren’t a big golfer. However I’m sure every golfer would love to take on this golf challenge. Could you imagine actually getting a par 3 on this hole? What if you got a hole in one? I wonder if that’s ever been done. This is pretty awesome though and it’s great to see that there are people out there that take on this challenge.