By now you’ve probably heard about the recent discovery of a secret World’s Extreme Free Golf Course.
But did you know there are so many of these hidden free golf courses around the world?
The Free Course of Adventure, the first of its kind in the world, was discovered on a private land in South Africa and was described as being more than 1,200 miles (2,600 kilometers) from any other golf course in the United States.
The discovery was made by a team of explorers, with one of them having to deal with the elements on the way to the site.
According to National Geographic, the course’s owner is a former military officer named Ian Hutton.
Hutton has spent a lot of time traveling to the far corners of the world and says he’s always had a fascination with the wild.
According the site, Hutton started his adventure in the 1980s, after his family returned from Vietnam.
He spent several years in Laos and Cambodia, and has since returned to South Africa.
According Hutton, the purpose of his trip is to “truly get a feel for nature and the world.”
He believes that nature is not only beautiful, but also an opportunity to share the experience with others.
The course is a beautiful combination of natural beauty and rugged terrain.
The route runs along a cliff face and is accessible only by foot or by boat.
There are several waterfalls, and there are some rock formations.
According to Hutton’s website, the waterfalls are not only very safe, but offer great views of the surrounding hills.
The course also offers a lot for the adventurous, including a waterfall on the first tee and a cliff on the second tee.
The courses course is open to the public on the weekends and holidays, but they are closed on the holidays and major sporting events.
The free course of adventure is the third largest free golf course ever discovered.
It’s currently being maintained by the U.S. Forest Service and is named after the explorer who discovered it.