The Furnace Creek Golf Course in Death Valley, California is known as the lowest golf course in the world. It sits 214 feet (65 meters) below sea level.
The course was built in 1931 by the Pacific Coast Borax Company for its employees.
The course is a par-70, 18-hole course that measures 6,236 yards from the back tees.
The course has been named as one of the top 50 desert courses in the United States.
The Furnace Creek Golf Course has featured in several movies including the 1951 film "The Misfits" starring Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable.
The temperature at the Furnace Creek Golf Course can reach over 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius) during the summer months, making it a challenging course to play in hot weather.
Updated: 3-May-2023 | Email feedback to this question