14 most dangerous golf courses in the world

2016 11 Dangerous Ummannaq

9. Uummannaq GC, Greenland



It’s so cold in the northern reaches of Uummannaq that people have to concentrate on just staying alive. It is here, amid minus 50-degree temperatures that the World Snow Golf Championship is held. The ‘course’, which changes year to year, is played on the frozen seascape between glaciers and icebergs with a risk of attracting the attention of polar bears.
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