In 1927, a date-palm caretaker for the Greenland Ranch, now called the Oasis at Death Valley, laid out just three-holes of golf at what would become the lowest golf course in the world. At 214 feet below sea level, it is a must-play for avid golfers. You are probably wondering where the highest golf course is located. That distinction belongs to the La Paz Golf Club in Bolivia, at an elevation of 10,800 ft.
By 1931 the course was expanded to nine holes and, in 1968, expanded to 18 holes. In ...
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