Playing a 'round' near the DMZ

Updated: November 8, 2009, 9:46 AM ET
By Drew Gallagher | ESPN

U.S. ARMY CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea -- We've all hit tee shots that could be described as "dangerous." Tight fairways. Intimidating water hazards. Thick fescue. All of these make for "dangerous" conditions.

But I've never hit a tee shot with the North Korean army just a mulligan away.

Such is golf at U.S. Army Camp Bonifas, South Korea, home to one of the world's most unique golf courses. The "course" consists of a single 192-yard, par-3 hole that sits 440 yards ...

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