Man…and you thought Legends Golf and Safari Resort had the craziest hole. Well, that would be incorrect as New Zealand has rivaled the “Extreme 19th” of Safari Resort. This hole in New Zealand is 4,500 feet above sea level and has a whopping 1,476 foot drop from the tee.
This a larger drop than the aforementioned Extreme 19th in South Africa. Over the Top Helicopters and Eric Faesenkloet who owns New Zealand’s Golf Warehouse teamed up to make this happen.
The helicopters take you to the top of the tee which looks both awesome and terrifying. Then you whip out your driver and take a super, mega, ultra, veins popping out your skin type swing while screaming because this baby is a long 311 yard par-3.
Therefore, this swing requires a lot of power. You tee off from Cecil Peak, one of the more beautiful mountains in New Zealand. This hole is located in the Southern Alps on South Island while overlooking Queenstown.
So, if you want a true golf test, well, golf dream chasers rejoice because this is a golf experience that you will never forget for the rest of your life! Now get out there and tee it up!
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